Looking for compassionate solutions to gun violence

Submitted by What’s Good 206 Why should you care about gun violence? “It has no race, no creed, no age barriers. If it hasn’t affected you yet, it will if it continues.” Stark words from one man interviewed in this array of community voices...

Smarter & more compassionate schools? Yes we can!

Submitted by What’s Good 206 Build more compassionate schools by combining students of different ages in the classroom, and fully integrating schools, says a 17-year-old high school senior who has written a book advocating overhaul of the educational system. In...

Operation Compassion: How to radically change the story

Submitted by What’s Good 206 It was a chance encounter with a homeless man that that led University of Washington student Daniel Nguyen to start Operation Compassion last year. It began when an apparently homeless man, a regular Daniel had seen for weeks,...

10 years later workshop continues as ongoing support group for care providers

 By Joel and Michelle Levey Some years ago, we were invited to offer a workshop on meditation and medicine for the faculty of University of Washington Medical School. Nearly 70 physicians attended and stayed for the whole five-hour workshop. We were so touched by...