Living compassion

“I can’t remember a time when I’ve regretted being compassionate,” Margaret Rogers remarks in the Sentinel’s cover story this week (p. 15). And she continues, “but I certainly have regretted times when I haven’t been.” Probably all of us can identify with this sentiment. 

On a global level, with the recent earthquake and tsunami in Japan, it’s been gratifying to witness the huge outpouring of love and compassion in the form of many prayers for the people affected, as well as quick, tangible help on the ground. According to Japan’s foreign ministry, 113 countries and 24 international organizations have, as of this writing, offered their condolences and caring assistance.

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