The Charter for Compassion has a new partner Emma's Revolution. The New York Times has called their work "..fervent and heartfelt." Emma's Revolution is the duo of award-winning activist musicians Pat Humphries & Sandy O. Called “inspiring, gutsy and rockin,’” Emma's Revolution's songs have been sung for the Dalai Lama, praised by Pete Seeger and covered by Holly Near.
With hauntingly beautiful harmonies and powerful acoustic instrumentals that deliver the energy and strength of their convictions, Emma’s Revolution creates new standards in the art and culture of social justice. Emma's Revolution wrote "Peace, Salaam, Shalom," a song sung around the world and has been called the anthem of the peace movement. The song was also chosen for the new hymnal of a worldwide denomination. To teach the song to their 250,000 members, a stunningly beautiful and moving video, Peace Through All People, was created. Please click here to view the video. Take a few minutes to view this video and give yourself a special gift.
Emma’s Revolution’s song If I Give Your Name (about undocumented workers killed in the World Trade Center on 9/11) won Grand Prize in the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and the duo's music has been featured on NPR's “All Things Considered”, Pacifica's “Democracy Now!” and “The Thom Hartman Show”. Emma’s Revolution is also a contributor to the Grammy nominated CDs, “Singing Through the Hard Times – A Tribute to Utah Phillips” and “Seeds: The Songs of Pete Seeger.”
Charter Salons and Welzoo: New Ways to Help the Charter for Compassion International
Also, about 35 of you have switched your home page browser to Welzoo. You get a different landing page every time you open your browser, and Welzoo donates a few pennies to The Charter every day. Consider this easy, free way to send money to CCI. Details at http://bit.ly/CCI-Welzoo.
Join in Creating a Compassionate, Just, Sustainable and Spiritually Awake World
A prorgram for more than our Business Sector Partners
There’s a powerful movement sweeping the globe. The program outlined below is committed to creating a compassionate, just, sustainable, spiritually awake world where everyone wins. Let us introduce you to the work of Ryan Eliason. He’s made a 25-year career out of showing changemakers how to thrive. And with over 118,000 people from 112 countries participating in his programs, he’s one of the world’s leading coaches and trainers for socially conscious entrepreneurs.
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- Tuesday Nov. 10th: “How To Change The World Without Making Yourself Insane”
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- Thursday: Nov. 12th: “How To Change The World Without Burning Out"
- Friday Nov. 13th: “The Formula for Business Success”
This may be the most comprehensive business training program you will find at no cost. Reserve your spot. Register here. This unique training will inspire and empower you to think bigger, strategize better, and make the contribution you’re capable of making. You’ll be deeply inspired by real life examples and case studies. Essentially, you will be shown what it REALLY takes to build a successful business rooted in profound service. And it will cost you nothing and take only 30 seconds. When you register you’ll get access to Ryan’s latest video which identifies 3 BIG PROBLEMS that prevent almost every conscious entrepreneur from reaching their potential. A proven path to go from struggle to success.
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We believe a compassionate world is a peaceful world. We believe a compassionate world is possible when every man, woman and child treats others as they would wish to be treated - with dignity, equity and respect. We believe all human beings are born with the capacity for compassion, and it must be cultivated for human beings to survive and thrive. Thank you for considering this request. Donate here.
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