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questions to ask yourself

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questions to ask yourself

Written by  riverton mussar

art-questionsUse these questions to evaluate your day:

    1. What were the seeds that started to erode your compassion today? Judgmentalism? Apathy?
    2. Did you encounter anyone today who needed compassion?  What was your response?
    3. Do you frequently judge people before you know their situation?
    4. If you were on the verge of being apathetic to someone’s situation, what did you employ that
      brought you into their reality and helped you to have compassion?
    5. Were you able to use prayer or meditation to increase your compassion for someone or a situation
      today?
    6. Do you often let the news harden you so that you lack compassion? What measures could you take
      to prevent this from happening so you can be actively practicing compassion?
    7. Are you compassionate to a fault, or are slow to compassion?
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