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David Joseph

-Good luck to the 15 and to you in remembering that the exercise of compassion begins at home and in your own neighbourhood and among the strangers you meet. Everyone can use a little compassion.

Shaun Groves

We'll let you know next time. And there WILL be a next time.

Thanks for the kind words. And any suggestions you or readers have for us, please send them on to me at contact@compassionbloggers.com

I'm new, we're learning and we could use all the help we can get.


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