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  • THE CHARTER FOR COMPASSION
    THE CHARTER FOR COMPASSION AFFIRM the Charter today: http://charterforcompassion.org


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    The principle of compassion lies at the heart of all religious, ethical and spiritual traditions, calling us always to treat all others as we wish to be treated ourselves. Compassion impels us to work tirelessly to alleviate the suffering of our fellow creatures, to dethrone ourselves from the centre of our world and put another there, and to honour the inviolable sanctity of every single human being, treating everybody, without exception, with absolute justice, equity and respect.

    It is also necessary in both public and private life to refrain consistently and empathically from inflicting pain. To act or speak violently out of spite, chauvinism, or self-interest, to impoverish, exploit or deny basic rights to anybody, and to incite hatred by denigrating others - even our enemies - is a denial of our common humanity. We acknowledge that we have failed to live compassionately and that some have even increased the sum of human misery in the name of religion.

    We therefore call upon all men and women ~ to restore compassion to the centre of morality and religion ~ to return to the ancient principle that any interpretation of scripture that breeds violence, hatred or disdain is illegitimate ~ to ensure that youth are given accurate and respectful information about other traditions, religions and cultures ~ to encourage a positive appreciation of cultural and religious diversity ~ to cultivate an informed empathy with the suffering of all human beings, even those regarded as enemies.

    We urgently need to make compassion a clear, luminous and dynamic force in our polarized world. Rooted in a principled determination to transcend selfishness, compassion can break down political, dogmatic, ideological and religious boundaries. Born of our deep interdependence, compassion is essential to human relationships and to a fulfilled humanity. It is the path to enlightenment, and indispensible to the creation of a just economy and a peaceful global community.
  • Christian And Gay: A Religious Leader Reflects | Originals | msnbc
    Christian And Gay: A Religious Leader Reflects | Originals | msnbc Fearless: Reverend Troy Perry founded the Metropolitan Community Church in 1968 as an outreach to the underserved gay community. Rev. Perry looks back at his personal evolution from a heterosexually-married, closeted gay man in the conservative south to a spiritual and civil rights leader of the LGBT community in Los Angeles and beyond.
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    Christian And Gay: A Religious Leader Reflects | Originals | msnbc
  • A Church Where LGBTQ People Are ACCEPTED AS THEY ARE!
    A Church Where LGBTQ People Are ACCEPTED AS THEY ARE! After their members opened up about their relationship, this church decided to become a place where all Christians are welcomed as they are, including those who identify as LGBTQ.
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    Only about half of Christians in the U.S. believe that homosexuality should be accepted. Before they changed their mind, Eastlake Community Church's policy was essentially "Don't ask, don't tell."

    They are now an example of how a faith community can evolve and love people as they are.

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