Mission #10 – Sept 17, 2018

Welcome to Day 10 of the Compassion Games!

To kick off today's mission, take a quick look at the video below. The idea in inviting you to spend the two minutes it will take you to watch the video is to activate your empathy muscle. Go on now, take a look.
 

 

Feeling warmed up? Good!

Today's mission is intended to help you experience the idea that each of us is a vehicle of kindness in a user-friendly universe. In a sentence, your job today is to provide something wonderful for someone to find.

What we are doing here is participating in what educator David Spangler calls manifestation, "the art of fashioning a co-creative, synchronistic, and mutually supportive relationship between the inner creative energies of a person's own mind and spirit and their counterpart within the larger world in order to bring a new and desirable situation into being."

In providing something wonderful for someone to find, think creatively. In doing so as part of a greater whole, think holistically.

Note, the word "wonderful" is being used purposefully but it needs to be defined by you. And an equally important part of this mission is that you set up your act so that something is found by another while you remain anonymous. This need not be as elaborate as you might think. Quietly emptying the dishwasher tonight after your partner has gone to bed so they enter the kitchen tomorrow morning with that chore done can meet the intention.

Feel free to be more elaborate, too!

Remember, we want you to help spread the goodwill generated by completing the missions by reporting your activity on the Compassion Map.

Thank you for the important role you are playing in making the universe a friendly place!
 

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