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The Power of Compassion: A Heart That Cares for Others

We all have an ample supply of compassion that connects people, and it costs us nothing to share it. 


Most of us value compassion and approve that it is essential both in our own lives and in humanity more generally. Compassion is a zeal to give; it is a commitment to place someone else’s needs above your own. Karen Pettaway’s book “The Peace Will Come” (through the eyes of a mother/caregiver). It illustrates so much compassion that can repair unreasonable judgment with acceptance because it makes no discrepancy between age, race, gender, and, most of all, disability.

Everyone needs compassion; this is one of the most powerful forces that exist in our society. It can overcome indifference, small-mindedness, and even insult. Pettaway’s book points on considering others’ needs instead of focusing on our own. Karen Pettaway’s book “The Peace Will Come” is an example that compassion is more than an emotion. It encourages people, empowers them, embraces humanity, and is indeed a way of life.

Boosted compassion is related to increased joy and lowers down depression. The reward you acquire in sharing your compassion is far more significant than anything you might give up along the way. By this selfless act, you accept people for who they are. It allows you to understand someone’s situation and have the desire to help them improve their quality of life.

Karen Pettaway’s book “The Peace Will Come” (through the eyes of a mother/caregiver) is an inspiration to make a reliable and effective effort to motivate those who are facing difficulties in life. We must be willing to practice compassion because it requires courage to impact someone’s life. When we do so, it offers the possibility of responding to someone’s hardship and suffering from understanding, patience, and kindness rather than with fears, discrimination, and worst from unfair judgment.

The Peace Will Come
Written by Karen Pettaway
Published by: Your Online Publicist
Published Date: July 2020
eBook: $3.99
Paperback/Saddle Stitch: $13.99
Hardcover: $16.99

About the Author

Karen Pettaway is a wife, mother of three, and a full-time caregiver to her son.  She is the director of a non-profit organization for young adults and adults with disabilities.  She is currently a board member for three organizations affiliated with serving the needs of people with disabilities and their families. She is a Sunday School teacher and works with the youths at the church.

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