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Albie Masland – 50 for the Fallen

Remembering 9/11 gives us all a chance to be thankful for what we have and helps us cherish opportunities to help others. Albie Masland – a new COMPASSION IT bracelet wearer – did just that this past Saturday. Starting on the steps of the Armed Services YMCA located on Camp Pendleton, he ran 50 miles – each [...]

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Dedication to Dad

Today is August 9, and today is the day I dread each year.Nine years ago, I was awakened by a phone call that changed my life forever. It was the phone call that no one wants. It was the call that still causes my heart to race each time my phone rings before 7 a.m.It [...]

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Three Things We Love

These are three things we LOVE at Compassion It.1 – PicturesLike this one from Rachel Bessonny who wrote ‘Compassion It’ on the Peace Wall in Belfast, Northern Ireland:2 – StoriesLike this one from Mark Chassman:“You would be proud. Got off the train this morning. Lady was on phone crying. Came up to her. Said nothing. [...]

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A "flipping" awesome 2012!

As I reflect on this past year, I can’t help but be amazed, grateful and overwhelmingly happy.On January 1, 2012, Compassion It existed as an idea.Now, a mere 12 months later, Compassion It is a social movement that is inspiring compassionate actions throughout the United States…and all over the world.In my wildest dreams, I would [...]

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Dedicating 26 Days of 'Compassioning It' to Newtown

Like many of you, I am finding it difficult to joyfully embrace this holiday season in the aftermath of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut. The senseless act of a single individual has left a void in many of us, and we are asking difficult questions like, “How could this happen?” and “What kind of world [...]

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COMPASSION IT Movement in Northbrook, Illinois

The following is a speech delivered by Casey Tanner of Northbrook, Ill., at the For One Chicago event on Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012.I’m Casey Tanner, and I’m so excited to tell you about an organization that is changing my life, and the lives of others around the world. Earlier this year, I was blessed [...]

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Compassion Commish

People think that because I started Compassion It, I am the compassion commissioner. Friends and neighbors often ask me if a compassionate action is worthy enough to prompt a flip of the Compassion It bracelet.My answer? First off, I remind them that I am NOT the queen of compassion. It’s not my call! It is [...]

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Carrie Hope Who?

As a Compassion It bracelet-wearer, it’s easy to wonder, “How can my single act of compassion make a difference in this world? There is too much suffering. Why bother?”On Saturday, Sept. 1, I was thrilled with how Compassion It was progressing. Our mission of inspiring daily compassionate actions seemed to be resonating with people, and [...]

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