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Dictionary.com describes compassion as “
This past week, we had a new dining room table delivered (our first new table ever!). When it got here, the man delivering it was not nice & not helpful at all. He said he was just supposed to drop it off at the curb and leave but he would “do me a favor” and bring it into my garage. My 15 year old son could tell that I was on the verge of tears at the way I was being talked to, so as soon as the delivery truck left, he gave me a pep talk and told me we could move the 110 lb. table into the house together. It was hard but we did it and he then continued to help me assemble to table and a few of the chairs. Looking back, I have a great amount of pride that my son showed me compassion. He saw that I was hurt, let down and angry and wanted to help me in any way possible.
With all of the bullying that happens in the country today (both at schools and online), teaching kids about compassion is incredibly important. I have been lucky enough to team up with Harvest Time Partners to learn more about compassion. They have released a series of books called The Principles of Our World that help to teach kids about important principles, like compassion, honesty, teamwork and more. The books show real-life situations with the help of illustrated characters and they encourage principle-based decision making as a way to resolve everyday challenges. The Principles of Our World books are great for parents and teachers to read to young children (4+) or for readers that are starting to read on their own (7+).
In addition to the books, Harvest Time Partners has also created award winning, educational family games that help open the door to more effective communication and to help make decisions based on the principles also outlined in the books, like courage and sacrifice. Abundant Harvest is a board game (for either Kids or Teens & Adults). For small groups, road trips so just a question or two at the dinner table, Face to Face is a conversation starter game for either Kids, Teens & Adults or a Dinner Party.
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