October, 9 2019 A reflection by Rhonda Morley, Associate, Fairchester


Compassion changes everything. Compassion heals; Compassion mends the broken and restores what has been lost. Compassion draws together those who have been estranged or never even dreamed they were connected. Compassion pulls us out of ourselves and into the heart of another, placing us on holy ground where we instinctively take off our shoes and walk in reverence.

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