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“My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” Maya Angelou

Motivation Mondays: Compassion

Motivation Mondays: Compassion – Dusty pink Rose; a symbol of compassion

The Tear – by: George (Lord) Byron
When Friendship or Love
Our sympathies move;
When Truth, in a glance, should appear,
The lips may beguile,
With a dimple or smile,
But the test of affection’s a Tear:

Too oft is a smile
But the hypocrite’s wile,
To mask detestation, or fear;
Give me the soft sigh,
Whilst the soultelling eye
Is dimm’d, for a time, with a Tear:

Mild Charity’s glow,
To us mortals below,
Shows the soul from barbarity clear;
Compassion will melt,
Where this virtue is felt,
And its dew is diffused in a Tear: Abbreviated.
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What does Compassion have to do with Motivation? Why is it an important part of today’s Monday Motivation post? I’ve been thinking about this for some time and one word came up – Mindfulness. A synonym for mindfulness is – Self-Compassion. Now you’re wondering, where is she going with this? Think about it. Every time we make decisions about our goals, our dreams, and our lives, they have an impact on those around us in either positive or negative ways. Each action we decide to take must be viewed through the lens of Mindfulness; compassion for ourselves and consideration for those around us. This doesn’t mean that you cancel your goals, but that you balance your all-or-nothing mindset with a scale of compassion.

How does this play out in our lives? Remember that job your Dad had to take that meant you moved 6 times in 5 years? Remember that promotion you got that you knew, deep inside your heart,  you got in an underhanded way? Remember that day you walked out on your friends and family because they were “cramping your style?” It is time to let the pain and guilt go and heal by turning a new leaf in your life. All-or-nothing makes for some very lonely folk in nursing homes. It is important to ask ourselves, every step of the way to success, what is my motive? What motivates my action? Our success is not always based on how hard we work but, also on how smart we work with focus, and as Maya put in the quote above, with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.

The rose is a symbol of Compassion for good reason. It blooms beautifully even though it has thorns that can wound deeply. We must balance our thorns with goodwill; goals set with good intentions will resonate and be far more satisfying in the long run.

“Wisdom, compassion, and courage are the three universally recognized moral qualities of men.” Confucius

Motivation Mondays: Compassion

Motivation Mondays: Compassion – Are you the black sheep in your circle?

A Broken Appointment by: Thomas Hardy
You did not come,
And marching Time drew on, and wore me numb.

Yet less for loss of your dear presence there
Than that I thus found lacking in your make
That high compassion which can overbear
Reluctance for pure loving kindness’ sake
Grieved I, when, as the hope-hour stroked its sum,
You did not come.

You love me not,
And love alone can lend you loyalty;
–I know and knew it.
But, unto the store
Of human deeds divine in all but name,
Was it not worth a little hour or more
To add yet this: Once you, a woman, came
To soothe a time-torn man; even though it be
You love me not. From

Are you or were you the black sheep in your household, workplace, community? Why? How did it make you feel? Sometimes, we go along like lemmings to the edge of a precipice because we don’t want to rock the boat or be considered the black sheep in a group full of followers. We stop listening to the quiet, little voice of wisdom in our hearts, telling us to veer right and discover new worlds. We throw compassion out the window and try to force others to conform to stagnant, outdated ways of thinking. Through it all, we feel disconnected. Be mindful. Have compassion for yourself and your charges.  True leadership is not always about agreeing with the status quo, it is also about taking the time to consider other options; other brilliant and innovative routes to the same destination.

Since we are in the throes of shopping and preparing for Hanukkah, Christmas, Kwanza, New Year’s Day and more, it would be wise to not beat ourselves up for not earning more, getting more or doing more. If a plan, an appointment, or promise of an expected bonus is broken, don’t wallow in misery. Pick yourself up and remind yourself of  the original motive that led you down this road. It is important to find ways to re-invigorate our dreams and plans. While we are out pursuing our goals, let’s be mindful of other black sheep and be more inclusive in our actions.

How were you mindful last week? Today? Yesterday, I was at one of my local discount stores waiting to pick up something. I was told to come back in 47 minutes. An hour later, I arrived to see a long line of people waiting. There was a woman arguing with a staff member about how she’d been in the store for over an hour and should be first in line. She arrived, like me, after the line had formed and he refused to hear her argument. Eventually, she joined me at the back of the line. “I am going to complain to upper management once I leave this place!” she said in an angry voice. We chatted a bit about the problem at hand, and both of us agreed that it wasn’t enough to complain, we had to have a solution to recommend. We  had to keep in mind that the people standing in line had first dibs. Why? Because they chose to wait while we chose to stroll through the store, shopping and doing other things.

What would you have recommended to management? Instead of being in a hurry to have a staffer disciplined or fired, could you offer a solution? a recommendation? When we operate from that place of self-compassion/mindfulness, we are firm, we stand up for what is right, and we remain mindful of the needs of others. More on our recommendation later.

The details for Motivation Mondays are below. Join in! The themes for December are:
12/01 – Acceptance
12/08 – Busyness
12/15 – Compassion
12/22 – Joy
12/29 – Regret
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“True compassion means not only feeling anther’s pain but also being moved to help relieve it.” Daniel Goleman

Motivation Mondays: Compassion

Motivation Mondays: Compassion from the good samaritan

Expect Nothing by: Alice Walker
Expect nothing.
Live frugally
On surprise.

become a stranger
To need of pity
Or, if compassion be freely
Given out
Take only enough
Stop short of urge to plead
Then purge away the need.

Wish for nothing larger
Than your own small heart
Or greater than a star;
Tame wild disappointment
With caress unmoved and cold
Make of it a parka
For your soul.

Discover the reason why
So tiny human midget
Exists at all
So scared unwise
But expect nothing.
Live frugally
On surprise. From

Why learn to expect nothing from others? If you’ve spent some part of your life being disappointed about the human condition or the actions of people who betrayed you, you’ve heard the line above – Expect Nothing. Why do we hear that advice from the sages, the wise ones, and our more experienced loved ones? When we learn to give without thought about what’s in it for me/you/us, we save ourselves the pain, hurt, and disappointments that inevitably rise when our wishes or expectations are unfulfilled. We can, like the Good Samaritan, learn to give to others out of a spirit of compassion.

Again, this is the time for reflection, self-compassion and a release of our wish to smite the offending party. You see, compassion goes a long way by helping us stay grounded, achieve our goals, and live our lives with less of the baggage and BS we often carry around.  While working towards our goals, we can choose the path of the bold and eager warrior or the path of the quiet, yet steady warrior; our intention must be clear of duplicity and of casualties on the road to success. As I said last week, Motivation is not just about us and our goals, it’s also about supporting others to achieve their goals. It’s about thinking outside the box with less of the Me, Me, Me and more of the Us, Us, Us.

What did we end up recommending? We suggested that the store have a ticket system. You come in, go to the section in question, get your ticket and when they are ready, wait for your number to be called. This is an inclusive act. it benefits everyone. It is compassion in action. What would you do differently today? Stay Mindful and Motivated.

Motivation Mondays is open to anyone who wishes to share a motivational quote, photo, personal challenge or a post that encourages others to start the week on an upbeat note.

Basic Instructions: Each week, I will have a motivation word to help us create a response. (See listed words for end of November and all of December below)
Email address: You may email or share your post as a comment and I will add it to the round-up of related posts. email it to: contact(@)mirthandmotivation(.)com
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Dedicated Page: There is a dedicated page for Motivation Mondays. It has the same instructions and will include other helpful tools and a link to the round-up
Facebook Page: MotivationOnMondays Join our page and add your post and/or any motivational piece you think will be helpful to others.
Facebook Community: We have a Facebook community forum to compliment the page. It serves as another way to share uplifting posts and thoughts. Please join in and add your voice.

Badge: – I created a fun badge using PicMonkey’s free photo editing tools. You can create your own, use WordPress’ integrated tool on your blog or you are welcome to use mine. (see dedicated page)
Tag: – Motivation Mondays
Hashtag: – #MotvnM

Positive Motivation Tip: Compassion is not just our gift to others, it is also our gift to ourselves. Be kind to yourself and others today and everyday.

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PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos: Compassion Rose, Black Sheep, Good Samaritan via Wikipedia

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

143 Comments leave one →
  1. 15/12/2014 1:24 pm

    How incredibly motivating! Love this post.

  2. Tesha Fritz permalink
    15/12/2014 1:43 pm

    I love the way you weave poetry and images together.

  3. Stephanie Keeping permalink
    15/12/2014 2:24 pm

    Such a beautiful poem!!

  4. katrinagehman permalink
    15/12/2014 3:28 pm

    great pieces. it really makes you think about everything.

  5. Masshole Mommy permalink
    15/12/2014 3:41 pm

    More people need to be compassionate. Thanks for the reminder.

  6. tumandok permalink
    15/12/2014 3:43 pm

    I am practically confused when you compare rose as a symbol of compassion. I keep on asking myself what attribute does a rose possess, that could be considered as compassion. Physically, it couldn’t be. And more so, it has no feeling. It has no emotion. Probably it is not the rose that expresses compassion, but it is the intention of the giver of the rose that makes it so. – Gil Camporazo

  7. ninasaysblog permalink
    15/12/2014 4:14 pm

    Compassion is one of the most powerful things you can posses. I’m a firm believer that if you show compassion you’re more likely to get it back.

  8. Ben Butler permalink
    15/12/2014 4:58 pm

    This is a great post. I think compassion is something that’s severely lacking in this world.

  9. janette permalink
    15/12/2014 5:04 pm

    A lot of wisdom here. Compassion is something we all need, ESPECIALLY this time of year. With all the hustle and bustle, I think it we all need to use this wisdom.

  10. Liz Mays permalink
    15/12/2014 5:25 pm

    Compassion and empathy are quite rare in our society it seems. Everyone is looking for individual success rather than the success of our species as a whole.

  11. Fred permalink
    15/12/2014 5:25 pm

    The words of the first poem about the Tear are very well-chosen and put together. The last poem is also very good. I am a believer in its admonition to “live frugally.” – Fred

  12. timjuls permalink
    15/12/2014 5:43 pm

    Very inspiring article! Maybe if everyone had a little more compassion in them the world be less chaotic 🙂

  13. Jessica Beal Harlow permalink
    15/12/2014 6:02 pm

    Maya Angelou is one of my favorites. I’m so grateful for all of her works! I especially like the analogy of a rose and balancing our thorns with goodwill. Well said!

  14. KOMakeup permalink
    15/12/2014 6:10 pm

    I always grew up as the black sheep and never understood why or what was “wrong” with me, now that I am older I don’t mind being the oddball in the family at all. I embrace my uniqueness. This post has motivated me to commit a random act of kindness on someone 🙂

  15. 15/12/2014 7:19 pm

    Thank you so much for this post! It was great!

  16. Louise permalink
    15/12/2014 7:28 pm

    Personally, it’s never easy to feel compassionate to those who did me wrong in the past. I know I have to change that because it’s myself that is getting affected and not them. Thanks the reminder. It’s good that before this year ends, I could prepare for the changes I need to do next year and one of this is holding grudges.

  17. Stefany Thode permalink
    15/12/2014 7:30 pm

    Compassion is something I really work hard to maintain. I wish everyone did that.

  18. Tonya C permalink
    15/12/2014 7:36 pm

    Thanks for this post. Compassion is something I think we all could practice more. It is definitely worth it.

  19. 15/12/2014 8:05 pm

    great composition…such an inspiration!

  20. Vidya Sudarsan (@IDP_Vidya) permalink
    15/12/2014 8:23 pm

    very true – Compassion is not just our gift to others, it is also our gift to ourselves. Be kind to yourself and others today and everyday.
    Something we should remember everyday!

  21. Catherine S permalink
    15/12/2014 9:03 pm

    This is such a great post. I look forward to reading your post each week.

  22. 15/12/2014 9:06 pm

    This article comes in time as the Sydney incident has actually shown us how compassionate the locals are. I was so touched by their #IllWalkWithYou hastags post that I cried. Compassiona makes the world little warmer and happier

  23. Stephanie C. permalink
    15/12/2014 9:35 pm

    This is really very thought-provoking! I love when something makes me think and reflect. Love the idea of Us, Us, Us vs. Me Me Me

  24. 15/12/2014 10:34 pm

    I love this quote and I try to live by it.

    “My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style.” Maya Angelou

  25. 15/12/2014 10:43 pm

    It isn’t easy to remain as black sheep in a circle. People may start discriminating, rejecting you until you become the same as they are. But for those who are able to remain themselves, the success is waiting for them.

  26. franckxethee permalink
    15/12/2014 11:34 pm

    I guess we should be more mindful of our actions because each one has consequences whether good or bad. That’s where compassion sets in, if we reach out to others, we get to boost someone’s life.

  27. 16/12/2014 12:17 am

    Rose is a very good example. Though beautiful but you got to becareful of thorn.

  28. 16/12/2014 1:25 am

    What a beautiful post. So much to think about here. I love Maya Angelou.

  29. Tiffany Washko permalink
    16/12/2014 1:29 am

    This is a great theme.

  30. Fi Ní Neachtáin permalink
    16/12/2014 1:52 am

    As a poetry lover I loved reading these poems. Compassion is so important to have and something every human should express and remember to have for others.

  31. 16/12/2014 2:40 am

    Compassion is one of the most important traits a person can have. If we aren’t compassionate our world becomes cold and dark. With compassion it lights up for the whole world to see.

  32. 16/12/2014 2:40 am

    I like reading your articles. It reminds me always to be compassion to others. I always believed in Karma and being compassion to others and to ourselves will result intto a good karma.

  33. 16/12/2014 3:10 am

    This is such a beautiful and thought-provoking post. I think there’s very little compassion these days so whenever I encounter it in my daily interactions, I make sure that I thank that person. I think pride and ambition kill compassion. Life can get tough, but a little compassion can go a long way – it can inspire other people and the world definitely needs more of it.

  34. R U S S permalink
    16/12/2014 3:11 am

    This is such a beautiful and thought-provoking post. I think there’s very little compassion these days so whenever I encounter it in my daily interactions, I make sure that I thank that person. I think pride and ambition kill compassion. Life can get tough, but a little compassion can go a long way – it can inspire other people and the world definitely needs more of it.

  35. mrenkema79 permalink
    16/12/2014 3:53 am

    And in being kind to others, we are also being kind to ourselves! Thanks for the thoughts!

  36. 16/12/2014 5:25 am

    I love that you included that we should expect nothing from others. It sounds negative, but it’s not. It frees you to give and serve in so many more ways when you don’t expect others to reciprocate.

  37. 16/12/2014 7:02 am

    This is a great thought-provoking post. Hindsight is 20/20, but with mindfulness and motivation partnering, a lot of potential harm/struggle could certainly be avoided.

  38. Kim permalink
    16/12/2014 7:18 am

    The quote from Maya Angelou at the top of this post is truly inspirational. I don’t have anything to share, but I will be back next week for more motivation.

  39. 16/12/2014 7:20 am

    What a great post! So true that we need to be mindful of what we do. It does effect way more than ourselves when we make even the smallest of decisions. Compassion is number 1 to me. I hope to teach all of these things to my girls. I feel sometimes I have not taught them enough to be thankful and not to always expect something from someone.

  40. 16/12/2014 7:59 am

    Excellent information and food for thought. Thank you for sharing the educational information as well as the heartfelt info.

  41. Jennifer Corter permalink
    16/12/2014 9:03 am

    Being mindful is so, so important in this day and age. Especially during this time of year, where stress can easily overtake us and get the better of us. I try to practice meditation every day to help with my overstress.

  42. sriches permalink
    16/12/2014 9:49 am

    Wonderful post! Compassion is lacking so much these days – lovely to sit back and really think about what you have written in your post! 🙂 Simone x

  43. 16/12/2014 10:33 am

    I love motivation days Thank you for sharing

  44. 16/12/2014 10:47 am

    I love reading this on a Monday. It’s inspiring to see these words!

  45. lynndeeee permalink
    16/12/2014 10:56 am

    No expectations, no disappointments…One of the quotes that I really love. Thank you for this inspiring message once again.

  46. bonniegowen permalink
    16/12/2014 5:01 pm

    I am definitely the black sheep in my family. =( Oh well. I love your post and the picture of the rose. I really love roses.

  47. Khushboo permalink
    16/12/2014 7:28 pm

    If a person does not have compassion for all of god’s wonderful creations then he is as good as dead insight. Loved the poem that you have shared Elizabeth 🙂

  48. chrysa permalink
    16/12/2014 7:30 pm

    I love your motivational Monday segment. We all need reminded that we should be more compassionate.

  49. maggiesblog2 permalink
    16/12/2014 7:31 pm

    I think the entire world could do with a little more compassion.

  50. Courtney permalink
    16/12/2014 7:45 pm

    What a lovely post!!! Compassion is so important 🙂

  51. yuhjiun permalink
    16/12/2014 9:03 pm

    Love your motivation mondays tag as usual! Thanks for sharing this 😀

  52. 17/12/2014 12:32 am

    I really think the the blogosphere will be filled with positive thoughts, compassion & forgiveness. Goodluck for your motivation mondays! 🙂

  53. 17/12/2014 2:17 am

    I’ve learned in life that the less you expect from others, the less you’ll be disappointed. Sure, I’ve been disappointment by others in life, yet I don’t let people keep me from being the compassionate person that I am. 🙂


  54. 17/12/2014 7:19 am

    i appreciate this post dealing on compassion. Sometimes we work like we just live to pay bills and make ends meet. This right here reminds me or us, to have some fun, and have some compassion. I guess it’s something embedded in each one’s heart. It’s up to us to just use it. Just over the weekend I was visited by my two moms (two aunties) and they were asking for something. I kind of caught off guard, but yes, I guess, it’s compassion that prevails over personal interest and goal. Our ultimate motivation therefore, should factor in, Compassion! thanks for this beautiful reminder!

  55. Akinlonu temitope permalink
    17/12/2014 12:09 pm

    I guess compassion has so much to do with motivation. I Love the poetry’s they are awesome. Thanks for the share

  56. Carly Anderson (@lipglosscrayons) permalink
    17/12/2014 12:22 pm

    This is such a great topic. If everyone had a little more compassion, the world would be a better place.

  57. Aisha Kristine Chong permalink
    17/12/2014 11:58 pm

    Compassion and Motivation definitely goes hand in hand together.

  58. 18/12/2014 7:06 am

    This is such an incredible and inspiring post. I adore every single thing about it .

  59. 19/12/2014 12:20 pm

    Compassion is such an important think to have. I wish more peopl ehad it – this world would be a lot better.

  60. 28/01/2015 7:43 am

    I always believe that life without compassion is the kind of life that needs mercy 🙂

  61. JessicaACassidy (@wifetoalineman) permalink
    14/05/2015 5:21 am

    Compassion is such a beautiful word and hope everybody has it to make the world a better place to live in.


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