The Principle of Compassion

The Principle of Compassion

Come learn about The Principles of Our World. In a series of real life stories, readers will be introduced to The Principle of Compassion. The stories in this children’s book are meant to remind all of us about the importance of compassion in our lives. Enjoy the book in one sitting or read just one story at a time.

It is never too early in the development of a child to start talking about the importance of principles like honesty, courage, and compassion. This book is part of a series of books about The Principles of Our World that provide parents and teachers with the opportunity to read to young children (ages 4+) and talk about a variety of situations they will experience in life. For young, independent readers (ages 7+), The Principles of Our World book series is a great addition to their book collection. At the end of the book, there is a section called, “Where Do We Go From Here?” This section is designed for children, parents, and educators to discuss situations they will encounter in life and talk about how The Principles of Our World can help them effectively handle these situations.

The Principles of Our World are here to help.

““Hello, I am The Principle of Compassion.

“People say that I am the reminder they need to reach out to help people in need.

“Many people in our world are struggling and need some help. Also, our family and friends sometimes experience difficult times; and they need to know we care about them.

“I will help you to reach out to others who need to be comforted.

“My parents told me that showing compassion to others by helping them when they are struggling is the best thing we can do. They named me Compassion as a reminder to our family to help others.

“Please call on me when you need to care for others. I can help remind you of how wonderful it is to help others in need.

“I will be there to support and encourage you—no matter what situations you experience in life.

“Please, count on me to help you show compassion to others.”