The Conspiracy of Compassion

The fruit of personal suffering is a more compassionate heart

In living with the mystery, we realize that recognizing our wounds is a prerequisite for recognizing and embracing the wounds of another. The fruit of personal suffering is a more compassionate heart....When this important first step is taken, when each of us tears away the bandages and takes the risk to allow our wounds to breathe, we begin to conspire together for the healing of our world.

~ from THE CONSPIRACY OF COMPASSION by Joseph Nassal
The Conspiracy of Compassion
By Joe Nassal, Joseph F. Nassal

Too many words insulate us from our inner poverty

In the silence of our prayerful hearts, we stand empty and are so able to hear God knocking at the door and longing to come inside. Too many words insulate us from our inner poverty. Too many words drown out the sound of God's voice at the door.

~ from THE CONSPIRACY OF COMPASSION by Joseph Nassal
The Conspiracy of Compassion
By Joe Nassal, Joseph F. Nassal
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