Cultivating Compassion

By Staff

<p>Do you suffer from a shortage of compassion and empathy for others? According to a recent study led by the University of Wisconsin’s Richard Davidson, you can develop the capacity for empathy through meditation, as <a id=”fon9″ title=”Julia Bonelli reports on eNews 2.0″ href=”http://www.enews20.com/news_Meditation_Can_Teach_Your_Brain_to_be_Compassionate_06838.html” target=”_blank” goog_docs_charindex=”369″>Julia Bonelli reports on eNews 2.0</a>. The results are just another reminder that personal spirituality has social implications as well.<br id=”ovi2″ goog_docs_charindex=”474″>
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(Thanks, <a id=”n0r4″ title=”Tricycle Editors’ Blog” href=”http://tricycleblog.wordpress.com/” target=”_blank” goog_docs_charindex=”485″>Tricycle Editors’ Blog</a>.)<br id=”zsd6″ goog_docs_charindex=”511″>
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<font color=”#551a8b”>Steve Thorngate</font>
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