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Adjective
/kəmˈpaSHənət/,
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Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others,
  1. Feeling or showing sympathy and concern for others


  1. showing or having compassion; "heard the soft and compassionate voices of women"
  2. feel for: share the suffering of
  3. (compassionately) pityingly: in a compassionate manner; "the nurse looked at him pityingly"
  4. (compassionateness) compassion: a deep awareness of and sympathy for another's suffering
  5. (compassion) the humane quality of understanding the suffering of others and wanting to do something about it
  6. Compassion (from Latin: "co-suffering") is a virtue --one in which the emotional capacities of empathy and sympathy (for the suffering of others) are regarded as a part of love itself, and a cornerstone of greater social interconnectedness and humanism --foundational to the highest principles in ...
  7. (Compassion (Doctor Who)) Compassion (or Laura Tobin) is a fictional character in the Eighth Doctor Adventures novels based upon the British science fiction television series, Doctor Who. ...
  8. (Compassion) transcends both natural human sympathy and normal Christian concern, enabling one to sense in others a wide range of emotions and then provide a supportive ministry of caring.
  9. (Compassion) The wish for someone to be free from suffering.
  10. (compassion) an understanding, empathic care towards all others in their moments of suffering
  11. "Compassion for human beings is able to join heaven and earth...the ideals of human beings and the ground where human beings stand can be joined by the power of the master warrior." (pg 177)
  12. (COMPASSION) is understanding the distress of another, without emotional entanglement, often accompanied by physical aid to the suffering.
  13. (COMPASSION) to suffer with another; sympathetic feel-ing for one in distress or pain; understanding.
  14. (Com-passion) Compassion means with-feeling. As I work with you I am committed to assisting you in your awareness and understanding of any unbalanced or conflicting feelings. ...
  15. (Compassion) (e) No service action shall ever be personally punitive or an incitement to public controversy; and
  16. (Compassion) (in Pali: Karuna) A sense of shared suffering, most often combined with a desire to alleviate or reduce such suffering; to show special kindness to those who suffer.
  17. (Compassion) A deep honoring and respect for the Self, for other people, and for the world. The ability to share your light with others, without associating yourself with their suffering.
  18. (Compassion) ARM: helping those unfortunates who deserve your assistance, who have suffered through no fault of their own; giving voluntarily to those in need. ...
  19. (Compassion) Able to understand someone’s problem and wanting to help make it go away.
  20. (Compassion) Deep, warm, heartfelt desire for government intervention against one's neighbors. Example: "'We' must approach all issues with great 'Compassion'."
  21. (Compassion) Our patients and customers can see our compassion and caring by the “smile in our eyes, the love in our voice, and the sincerity in our touch”. Knowing this:
  22. (Compassion) The open-hearted capacity to enter into and be moved by our own and another’s experience.
  23. (Compassion) The single most efficient weapon in the Leftists' arsenal.  Armed with Compassion, the Liberals have rescued four generations of black Americans from the unfair demands of employment and marriage. ...
  24. (Compassion) The special feeling only we elite leftists are capable of expressing, when we demand that our grand schemes of wealth redistribution be enacted to save the poor victims of capitalism from continued exploitation and certain starvation, to keep them safe as wards of the welfare state ...
  25. (Compassion) To suffer with the other by putting oneself in the spiritual or physical situation of the other. This should not be confused with empathy, fellow-feeling or sympathy.