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Why Intellect is Not Enough








We are wired to show compassion. Too often, we allow negative influences within our social environments to create a wall around our heart of compassion. The following video featuring Sabu Gul shares fresh insights on why intellect is not enough and without compassion we walk through life crippled. Click on the link to the video and listen to be inspired to new possibilities of compassion.



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How much more would we enjoy our lives and embrace the goodness that dwells in life if we showed more compassion? What do you think? I would love to hear from you. Share your thoughts in the comments below so that others can learn and grow from your insights. Share the goodness of possibility by sharing this post with your social networks. Thanks in advance, Jackie.

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