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Compassion: Effortless Inspiration for a Happier Life

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Published by Watkins Publishing on 2016-10-18
Hardcover: $9.95
SELF-HELP, HEALTH and FITNESS, FAMILY and RELATIONSHIPS


Recent scientific research has shown that compassionate people tend to be more understanding, less angry and less stressed than other people, with stronger relationships and even enhanced immune systems. People who live with compassion or show concern for others' wellbeing and a desire to help them also tend to create a more harmonious atmosphere around them; it's been proven that compassion breeds compassion, leading to all-round enhanced contentment. Perfect as either a gift or self-purchase, this lovely little book features 18 inspirational quotes on the theme of compassion, each one followed by an insightful explanation, a thought-provoking activity or question and a memorable affirmation - all intended to inspire readers to think about compassion in a fresh way as well as encouraging them to incorporate it into their everyday lives. With its appealing design, uplifting content and friendly tone, this discerning little book provides beautiful, bite-sized inspiration for people around the world to be more loving and caring in their everyday lives, and therefore feel happier and more at ease with themselves as well as others.
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ASIN: 1780289502
ISBN: 9781780289502
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Compassion

Compassion Dani DiPirro

Compassion Dani DiPirro First published in the UK and USA in 2016 by Watkins, an imprint of Watkins Media Limited 19 Cecil Court London WC2N 4EZ enquiries@watkinspublishing.co.uk Copyright ? Watkins Media Limited 2016 Text copyright ? Dani DiPirro 2016 Artwork copyright ? Dani DiPirro 2016 The right of Dani DiPirro to be identi'ed as the Author of this text has been asserted in accordance with the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act of 1988. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form or by any electronic or mechanical means, including information storage and retrieval systems, without permission in writing from the publisher, except by a reviewer who may quote brief passages in a review. Development Editor: Kelly Thompson Managing Editor: Fiona Robertson Editor: Dawn Bates Head of Design: Viki Ottewill Design: Dani DiPirro Production: Uzma Taj A CIP record for this book is available from the British Library ISBN: 978-1-78028-950-2 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Typeset in Gotham Printed in China www.watkinspublishing.com

To anyone who has ever shown me compassion, this book is for you. Your sympathy, concern and loving acts have made me the person I am today.

INTRODUCTION Compassion is not just empathy or altruism but a special combination of the two: the ability to share and understand others? feelings coupled with a genuine desire to help ease any pain they are enduring. Recent research has shown that compassion can bring a wide range of bene'ts to those who practise it. For example, compassionate people tend to feel less stressed, experience less anger and have a greater sense of overall wellbeing. They may even have more resilient immune systems. With greater empathy and understanding, and a desire to focus on more than just their own troubles, compassionate people experience the world as a more open-minded and inspired place. This book, with its uplifting quotes about compassion and thoughtprovoking reflections and a'rmations, will help you to live a happier, more loving and more ful'lled life.

COMPASSION noun | com'pas'sion 1. The sympathetic awareness of another's distress paired with a desire to alleviate it 2. The desire to commiserate with and help those who are going through di'cult times

If you want others to be happy , practise compassion. If you want to be happy, practise compassion. Tenzin Gyatso 14th Dalai Lama (b. 1935)

OPENNESS NURTURING SELF-RESPECT

It is important to o'er compassion ? a form of unconditional love and acceptance ? to yourself, as well as to others. When you've made a mistake, console yourself with kind, loving words, just as you would your friends, to help you let go of any negative feelings and move on.

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