Perhaps one of the most difficult words to define, is the word compassion. Is compassion a specific act that we extend to another human being? Do we call ourselves compassionate as a way of satisfying our ego and feel better about ourselves? Lauren Mc Laughlin, the author of The Handbook of Spiritual Tools, which we are studying, wrote: “Compassion is kindness on steroids. Compassion compels us to set aside all thoughts and feelings of judgment of self or others, and allows us to communicate with other people purely at the soul level.” Join is un Sunday at 10 as we explore compassion as a practical spiritual tool. Terri Brinegar is our guest vocalist.