Category Archives: Compassion

Does Anger Motivate Change?

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What part does anger play in creating change — personal change, organizational change, social change?

In a year that I’ve committed to exploring my own anger, this question just keeps arising.

And so I blogged about it at Huffington Post. And I’m hoping that leads to your own exploration about the role anger plays in your life.

That post is here. 

Feeling very grateful that we are all on this journey together.

Judging a Book By Its Cover

On June 3, I walked out of a hair salon with a whole new me. In my younger days, this would have been no big deal. At 22 I had a crew cut. Three years later, my wedding announcement displayed long flowing locks. On my wedding day six months after that, it was short and… Continue Reading

Compassion Overload

After publishing this post on moving from compassion to action at Huffington Post, a colleague wrote to ask me this: What do we do when our desire to be compassionate outweighs our true capacity for it? My answer gave her comfort, and so I’m sharing it here. Because all of us feel that sense of overwhelmed… Continue Reading