It’s Friday so it’s time for another edition of Wisdom From Around the Web. This week’s edition includes:
- An infographic on the scientific benefits of compassion
- An article about relationship lessons learned from a dog
- An article about life lessons learned from an unexpected visitor (a cat)
I prefer to share items which were published recently. However, I also believe strongly in the importance of compassion! So while this infographic was actually published last December, I thought it was definitely worth sharing.
And since Dr. Emma Seppala is the Associate Director at the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE) at Stanford University, she definitely knows what she’s talking about!
As I mentioned last week, I recently joined twitter. I’m still trying to figure out how it works, but one thing that I like is that I’m able to find quality articles that I wouldn’t be able to find on my own.
This is a definite example. It’s a guest post on The Good Men Project by author Perry Brass who has his own blog at Perry Brass. The article covers lessons that are applicable to any type of relationship.
Shortly after finding the above article, I found this one! In this case, the unexpected visitor was a cat that snuck into the author’s home. Check out the article to find out what the author and her husband learned by accepting the unexpected guest into their lives.
And now we have balance…one article for dog lovers, and one for cat lovers!
Have a wonderful weekend!
P.S. Don’t forget to follow me on twitter at @edherzogcoach and I’ll follow you back!