Be ready to critically and compassionately explore the world and your self. Ask your self  questions on compassion. Make sense of the rich nuances of the meanings of compassion. Do listen carefully. Make your own mental notes or keep a notebook. Do a mindmap if you have too. Raise questions in your mind to the person offering you a view below. Ask your self whether you are compassionate. Or, realise that you are unable to be. Ask yourself why. Do you own search and you will find more videos. You can also find feature films that have explored the theme of compassion. (For now, the language of the videos will be English. Apologies for this.


Share the video. Discuss with a friend. Explore together. Best wishes on your learning journey. Please do visit this page now and then as more videos will be added. Share your thoughts or your journey with me if you want.

'J. Krishnamurthi   (See Krishnamurthi Foundation)

Does compassion spring from observation, or thought? Is not compassion an emotional feeling?' (Please follow conversation on youtube.)

Dalai Lama  (His Web Site Here)

Compassion is Not a Sign of Weakness. Nor it is Only a Religious Concern.

Prof. Paul Bloom  (His Page Here)

Against Empathy: The Case for Rational Compassion (More Here)  His Book -- Against Empathy -- Review Here.

J. Krishnamurthi

On Compassion and Action (Please follow conversation on youtube.)

Thupten Jinpa 

What is Compassion (from a Buddhist Perspective)?

Karen Armstrong (Check Here For Details On Her)

Talk about compassion and why we need to put the Golden Rule at the heart of our society.

The Battle for Compassion - A Short Film by Jonathan Leighton. The film about what matters and how we can have greater impact in shaping a gentler future for our planet. The film draws on key ideas from my book The Battle for Compassion: Ethics in an Apathetic Universe. I advocate the reduction of intense human and animal suffering as our highest ethical priority, and the creation of compassionate and rational decision-making structures that meet the needs of all.

Kristin Neff: The Three Components of Self-Compassion. The world's leading researcher of self-compassion and founder of the Mindful Self-Compassion program explains the core features of self-compassion.