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Ep 152: A Force for Good – The Empathy Gap

Ep 152: A Force for Good – The Empathy Gap

by Shea Shackleford June 25, 2015 Time to read: 2 min.

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A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama's Vision for our World by Daniel Goleman (book cover)

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The Empathy Gap

Daniel Goleman shows us how compassion repairs social inequalities in the world. This is an excerpt from his audiobook””A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama’s Vision for Our World. Available from morethansound.net.

Each day this week (June 22 to 26), More Than Sound will release an exclusive excerpt from the audiobook.

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About A Force for Good

Daniel Goleman’s A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama’s Vision for Our World highlights the Dalai Lama’s core beliefs, presents evidence that supports their relevance, and explains how these can be applied to promote a better future.

With specific advice for implementation, Goleman and His Holiness explain how compassion can be used to:

  • Educate the heart by teaching ethics, conflict resolution, and compassionate values in schools.
  • Help people help themselves by empowering the world’s most vulnerable.
  • Rethink economics and make business meaningful, not just profitable.
  • Heal the Earth through a more precise analysis of how to lessen our impacts.
  • Be compassionate with others and yourself.
  • Be tough in applying transparency and accountability in the service of fairness.
  • Act now to help those in need in whatever ways you can.