Today’s #1000Speak post is supposed to be about bullying. And more specifically, compassion for bullies. Yes, you’re probably thinking bullies are the worst people on the planet and don’t deserve our compassion. I suppose in some cases that’s true. Consider however that some bullies don’t know any better. They weren’t
As I’ve been leading up to it for the past couple of weeks, I’ll point you again to my “Compassion is a Verb” piece – leading up to today’s overwhelming examples of human compassion on over 1000 blogger’s sites as part of the #1000Speak campaign started as a result of
Disclosure: this post contains affiliate links. You might recall that last year, I “borrowed” a tradition from my friend Tamara Bowman at Tamara Like Camera, and answered a series of questions about my 2015. Well…I’m going to keep it going, and have even added a few questions on this year.
I’m still slowly working my way through her diaries. Today, I thought perhaps I’d just write about all the memories that the entries are inspiring. My Gran was a formidable woman. Despite her anxiety issues, she managed to raise two kids almost completely on her own. I remember her working