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The Value of Compassion

Ann Donegan Johnson

The Value of Compassion

The Story of Florence Nightingale (Value Tales)

by Ann Donegan Johnson

  • 3 Want to read
  • 28 Currently reading

Published by Value Communications .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Nurses,
  • England,
  • Children"s All Ages,
  • Children: Babies & Toddlers,
  • Women,
  • General,
  • Nightingale, Florence,
  • Biography,
  • Juvenile literature

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8329287M
    ISBN 100866790411
    ISBN 109780866790413
    OCLC/WorldCa15196885

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The Value of Compassion by Ann Donegan Johnson Download PDF EPUB FB2

In this installment of the ValueTales series, Ann Donegan Johnson teaches us compassion through the life of Florence Nightingale ().

The book introduces us to young Florence, a British girl who loved to take care of sick animals. As she grew older, Florence began visiting and helping sick people who lived near her home/5(6). If you want more resources on compassion at work be sure to visit The Compassion Lab and the Center for Positive Organizations.

You can watch Jane talk more about her work in this wonderful video, and listen to one of her talented students, Monica Worline, share more on compassion at work here.

The Compassion Book is a handbook that explains and demonstrates specific ways of thinking, speaking, and acting that help us experience more compassion, understanding, and harmony in our daily lives - /5(25).

Redemptive Compassion® is a biblical philosophy on how we can offer wholistic help to those we serve. It has evolved over fifteen years of working daily with people who find themselves struggling with needs in their life and unable to overcome them on their own.

Compassion is one of the core values of the Mutual Learning approach. Compassion means temporarily suspending judgment so that you can appreciate others’ perspectives or situations when they are different from your own. To be compassionate you need to be genuinely concerned about the other person or people’s needs.

You need to think about and feel it from their perspective. The Core Value of Compassion “Your whole life is a curriculum of love.” ~ Jack Kornfield. If you’re new to this 10 part series on Core Values, welcome.

I’d like to invite you to experience each of the posts in this series by clicking here. Part VIII: Compassion. Compassion, Love, Kindness, Humanity, Benevolence, Empathy, Sensitivity.

Compassion offers the possibility of responding to suffering with understanding, patience, and kindness rather than, say, fear and repulsion. As such, compassion lets us open ourselves to the reality of suffering and seek its alleviation.

Compassion is what connects the feeling of empathy to acts of kindness, generosity, and other expressions. The Value of Compassion. Posted on: 09/10/ Author: Kate Jorgenson. Submitted by Kate Jorgenson on Tue, 09/10/ - Compassion – Through our healing presence, we accompany those we serve.

Father Greg Boyle in his book “Tattoos on the Heart: The Power of Boundless Compassion” writes, “Here is what we seek: a compassion that. Compassion can be seen as a core element of prosocial behaviour, and explorations of the concepts and value of compassion have been extended into different aspects of life including physical and psychological therapies, schools, leadership and business.

The Value of Compassion book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The story of the English girl who became a famous nurse, emp 4/5. Compassion is a fundamental human quality and essential to the professional practice of registered nurses, physicians, pharmacists, physical and occupational therapists, social workers, and all health-care professionals.

In addition, compassion is a precious asset that needs to be valued for more than just return on investment. Compassion is a core value in social work. As an emerging topic in research, we are learning how to distinguish this higher-level mental faculty from empathy and Cited by: 1.

The value of compassion. [Nancy N Rue] -- Discusses the meaning, importance, and development of compassion. Book: All Authors / Contributors: Nancy N Rue. Find more information about: ISBN: X X OCLC Number: Description.

The book I have just finished to read is talking of defines compassion as the act of feel for others and acting for them. Yes compassion is good a thing that I do have, the only problem that arises for me is when it talks of tolerating erence to me will at times mean one doing 'GOOD/RIGHT' and the other doing 'WRONG.'Reviews: 1.

Hear beloved Buddhist teacher Chökyi Nyima Rinpoche discuss the value of compassion with his co-author Dr. David R. Shlim. Get the book here: The Moral Value of Compassion. Introduction. The book opens with detailed surveys of compassion's position in the philosophical works of both traditions.

The surveys culminate in an analysis Author: Alfred Archer. The Moral Value of Compassion. Posted on by alfarcher. It was an honour to contribute to Justin Caouette and Carolyn Price’s book The Moral Psychology of Compassion.

They did an excellent job of putting together such an interesting collection and I’m really happy to have been a. Awakening Compassion at Work by Jane Dutton and Monica Worline: Written by two of my favorite colleagues, this book explains how living human values at work—compassion, caring and affection—can actually enhance our professional potential.

With decades of research and examples under their belt, the authors show us that we can be successful. Hoche and Binding, in The Release of the Destruction of Life Devoid of Value, a notorious work published in that paved the way for the Nazi eugenics program, wrote eloquently about compassion.

In one passage, characteristic of their books, the authors write: A terrible testimony of the morals of our time. The Moral Value of Compassion, Alfred Archer / 2.

Appreciating the Virtues of Compassion, Bradford Cokelet / 3. Compassion and Animals: How to Foster Respect for Other Animals in a World without Justice, Cheryl Abbate / 4. Compassion and Consolation, Aaron Cobb / 5.

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I attended many workshops and confirmed that the most meaningful value a person can possess when helping others in their grieving process is compassion. Compassion is to understand the worldview of the other person at a soul level, leaving aside personal agendas.

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