My entire life, I had to work, and work hard to avoid being the brunt of rude and Difficult bullying. Even from home, even from my Own Mother. Even at 63, I'm still spurned by my blood Family. It's Sad to Hurt a Child so badly that they have a hard time forgetting the Same Family, and School bullying. Especially when it never Quits.
My point being, that no Matter how Hard it got, I always strove, and Still do, to Show Compassion to those who have less than I. I'm Far from Rich, but would still be willing to Share what I do Have.
Ridiculed, for teaching Down Syndrome Kids, the Simplest of Tasks. Volunteering at Any Class of Education to assist others.
Now that I am a Senior Citizen, I still try, and look for ways to show compassion, even to those who don't show it to me.
Being a FORMERLY abused wife for many years. Several of those I helped, finally found a way to Pass On My Compassion to Them; By helping Me Escape such Severe Abuse.
Keep your Faith, as long as it's for the Good of Others. Don't forget to be Thankful for All you have, not upset for what you Don't.
Use your Infirmaties to Show Compassion however you Can.
For Compassion is the Highest Expression of Love, Faith in what's Good, that can be Done.
Submitted by Heidi A Robinson
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