|After School Children asked, what good deed will you do today?|
|Cookies, cupcakes and grapes for Village Firefighters|
|Promoting Good Deeds|
|Sharing a meal|
What Good Deed will you do for Unity and Peace today?
Play the compassion game!
Secret Agent of Compassion
Your mission, should you choose to accept it….You are just who we need. Are you ready to become a Secret Agent of Compassion? Join the International Kindness Team (IKT) and prepare to make the world a better place, one act of kindness at a time. Anyone can join and there are two ways for you to play:
First, IKT Director Andy Smallman will be sending daily mission briefings to all Secret Agents with inspirations for compassionate action. Use your creativity and adaptability to find ways to fulfill your mission. No kind act is too small to have a huge impact! Your mission briefings will help you practice an attitude of compassion, and discover that even the simple actions of Secret Agents can be profoundly world changing.
Second, Secret Agents can acknowledge and tell the stories of the daily acts of kindness of others in their lives. Identify and connect with other Secret Agents in the field when you are on the receiving end of their successful missions. Use our compassionate Thank You cards or your own creations to let them know how awesome they are and invite them into the game if they’re not already an Agent. Report back to headquarters using the Compassion Map to share the stories of those who made your day through their kind acts.
Check back here at Compassion Games HQ in the coming weeks to find out more about how to get mission briefings and download other resources for Secret Agents. If you haven’t already, sign up to join the IKT.
Foundation for a Better Life Quote for the day on Common Ground: Common-Ground is the state of sharing features or attributes.
“We have not all had the good fortune to be ladies. We have not all been generals, or poets, or statesmen; but when the toast works down to the babies, we stand on common ground - for we have all been babies. ”
Mark Twain (1835-1910);
[Samuel Clemens] humorist, essayist, novelist