(MOON Organics) Made Out Of Nature

(MOON Organics) Made Out Of Nature

May. 19, 2017 by

I am so honored that MOON Organics, is a Compassionate Atlanta partner!  I’ve been involved as a part time volunteer for Compassionate Atlanta for a few years now on and off, working on specific projects.  I love their mission! I

Tell mom she raised a good kid.

Tell mom she raised a good kid.

May. 12, 2017 by

This Mother’s Day, tell mom (or your favorite caregiver) that they raised a good kid. Give a gift that gives back. In their honor lend your support to Compassionate Atlanta. $50 Conversation Starter  – creates opportunities to bring people together with different views to

The Power of Momentum

The Power of Momentum

May. 5, 2017 by

The work of Compassionate Atlanta is to bring forward the intentionality around using compassion in how we live our lives.  How we interact with one another. How we make decisions. How we try to make the world and the communities that

Who’s your hero? #NationalSuperheroDay

Who’s your hero? #NationalSuperheroDay

Apr. 28, 2017 by

Today is #NationalSuperheroDay.  Now, I’m not sure who made that up, but let’s go with it. Who is your favorite superhero?  You could take the easy route and think about Superman, Wonder Woman, The Incredibles…. OK, there are tons to choose

Cause for Hope: A Community in Downtown Atlanta.

Cause for Hope: A Community in Downtown Atlanta.

Apr. 21, 2017 by

In the spring of last year, Compassionate Atlanta’s Mindfulness Team was asked to do a workshop for the 12-Step Narcotics Anonymous Group of Cause for Hope, which meets weekdays at the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception downtown. The original plan

Use this time to laugh a little more, and find new avenues.

Use this time to laugh a little more, and find new avenues.

Apr. 14, 2017 by

It’s been a busy week and a trying one for Atlantans navigating the new traffic reality since the I-85 bridge collapse. So, how do we deal with this daily traffic frustration? Atlanta already boasts some of the longest daily commutes

Camp Connect

Camp Connect

Apr. 7, 2017 by

Hello. My name is Ayesha, a Decatur High School student and intern at The Love & Light Institute. I am thrilled to share The Love & Light Institute’s first annual Camp Connect information with you. Camp Connect encompasses exploration of

Let’s shift the way we see the world…

Let’s shift the way we see the world…

Mar. 31, 2017 by

Combustion. Fire. Heat. Collapse. If you live in Atlanta, you know what I’m talking about. Yesterday, during rush hour, there was a large fire under our major thoroughfare the I-85. This is one of the main traffic arteries coming in

We Need Each Other!

We Need Each Other!

Mar. 24, 2017 by

What does it mean to be an ally? The definition of ally according to Merriam-Webster is to unite or form a connection; or relation between or to form or enter into an alliance, as in two factions allying with each other. Being an ally

Recognize the value of being present!

Recognize the value of being present!

Mar. 17, 2017 by

In the midst of our hectic daily lives, we recognize the value of being present. There are many ways of showing up:  The power of observing what others are experiencing   Finding a connection and feeling   Sharing a voice or action

Have compassion in every aspect of your life

Have compassion in every aspect of your life

Mar. 10, 2017 by

We don’t always think of compassion as an integral part of a good business mindset. Yet, sometimes it’s easy to see that compassion IS good for business. One great example is a local business called Finders Keepers Consignments. In their recent newsletter

Happy International Women’s Day 2017!

Happy International Women’s Day 2017!

Mar. 4, 2017 by

March 8th is the International Women’s Day and is celebrated throughout the world. The first International Women’s Day was celebrated in the early 1900’s, in Austria, Denmark, Germany and Switzerland. Women banded together to protest inequality in economic and political spaces. This

Get out and get involved!

Get out and get involved!

Feb. 24, 2017 by

On this beautiful day in Atlanta, as we see the daffodils bloom 🌼 and the birds start their singing, we feel the restorative and healing power of nature. Compassionate Atlanta is pleased to partner with The Outdoor Journal Tour for their

Love is Everything!

Love is Everything!

Feb. 17, 2017 by

How do you say I love you? Let me count the ways… Earlier this week, Americans celebrated Valentine’s Day – the holiday of love.❤️ We all know that love is more than Hallmark cards and roses. Love isn’t empty promises.

What can you, as an individual, do in your day-to-day life to ignite change?

What can you, as an individual, do in your day-to-day life to ignite change?

Feb. 11, 2017 by

Almost two years ago I wrote this article, about my mentor and friend Rabia Roberts, and the lessons she shares from her life’s work as a peacekeeper and activist for social justice. The lessons have always lingered in my mind, internalized

HOPE:
Helping Organizations and People Everywhere

Jan. 29, 2017 by

This week, as we move into a busy weekend full of opportunities for compassionate action, we share the voices from our partners at HOPE: Helping Organizations and People Everywhere.

Happy New Year 2017!

Jan. 4, 2017 by

It’s almost here…2017.  This coming year will be full of ways to participate in raising the voice of compassion throughout Metro Atlanta.  January is already full of amazing events to make compassionate action a clear focus.  Please don’t miss out! 

Stand in Solidarity and Act in Love

Dec. 16, 2016 by

“If you have come here to help me, you are wasting your time. But if you have come because your liberation is bound up with mine, then let us work together.” – Lilla Watson These words were used by Lilla, Aboriginal Elder and Activist,

Nature

Oct. 14, 2016 by

Nature can teach us so many things…

Woodlands Garden

Oct. 7, 2016 by

Woodlands Garden, one of Compassionate Atlanta’s charter partners, is all about compassion. The land that makes up the gardens was a compassionate gift to the community from Dr. and Mrs. Chet and Gene Morse after their death.