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Slide Notes

The Compassion Curve

Published at Nov 06, 2015
We drop from innocence to dark experience in life, but we may rise higher than we started through the compassion curve.

PRESENTATION OUTLINE

INNOCENCE

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      TODAY

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        LEARN AND DO!

        THERE'S SO MUCH TO

        ALL IS WONDER

        WITHIN OUR NARROW VISION
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        WE FALL . . .

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          IT MAY BE SWIFT . . .

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          IT MAY BE SLOW . . .

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          WE DROP

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              LOSS OF INNOCENCE

              • Divorce
              • Financial problems
              • Lose a job
              • Death of a loved one
              • Illness

              INNOCENCE

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                THE DIFFERENCE

                WHAT HAPPENS DOWN HERE MAKES ALL

                RISE OR REMAIN?

                WILL YOU
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                "THIS MOMENT

                  "We cannot choose our external circumstances, but we can always choose how we respond to them." -- Epictetus

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                  LOOK DIRECTLY

                    BE STILL

                      RECOGNIZE

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                        PUNISHMENT

                          NO ONE

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                            WHAT DID YOU LEARN?

                            WHAT DID YOU LEARN?

                            • "Fate becomes opportunity." - Henri Nouwen

                            Innocence = feeling Experience = knowing Innocent experience?

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                              THE COMPASSION CURVE

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                              EMPATHY

                                'COMPASSIO'

                                TO BEAR, TO SUFFER WITH

                                LOVE

                                BEARS ALL THINGS . . . - ST. PAUL

                                REFERENCES

                                • Pema Chodron (1997). When Things Fall Apart.
                                • Trisha Famisaran, selected slides.
                                • Henri Nouwen (1975). Reaching Out.
                                • Sharon Lebell (1995). The Art of Living: Epictetus.

                                LEARN UP!

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