Friday, March 30, 2012

Assignment Compassion: Join Adrian Grenier to tell your story on video

The Charter for Compassion has a new project . . . .

Assignment Compassion: Join Adrian Grenier to tell your story on video

Has an act of compassion changed your life? Share your story — and join the Charter for Compassion in a brand-new video initiative: Assignment Compassion.

In the video above, actor Adrian Grenier gives the first assignment: Share a moment of compassion that changed your life.

Record your video response to Adrian’s assignment and share it on our Facebook wall. You can share the assignment with friends and family too.

And head over to the Charter for Compassion website to join the tens of thousands who’ve read and “affirmed” the Charter, a document with a simple idea: restoring the Golden Rule — to treat others as you would like to be treated yourself — to the center of world discourse. Adrian and 85,000 others have affirmed the Charter for Compassion and pledge to use it to make a better world. You can too! Learn to recognize compassion — and practice it every day in every way you can.




Charter for Compassion - The 1st Assignment with Adrian Grenier

Adrian Grenier wants you to get reacquainted with compassion - and to practice it every day in every way you can. He's affirmed the Charter for Compassion and committed to making a better world.

Now it's your turn. We want to know how an act of compassion has changed your life. It's that simple. Learn to recognize compassion and resolve to practice it. First, record your video response to Adrian via YouTube (http://goo.gl/VF88y). Post your response video on our Facebook wall (https://www.facebook.com/CharterforCompassion), and share your assignment with friends & family. We'll continue to curate and share our favorite stories from you. Post your response video on our wall, and share your assignment with friends & family. We'll continue to curate and share our favorite stories from you. You can also take part in the "Compassionate Game" on the right to activate your compassionate act even further! (http://goo.gl/FHwKu)

And don't forget to head over to the Charter for Compassion website and join the tens of thousands who've already affirmed the Charter. Live it.
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