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Knowledgeably Compassionate!


  

Sometimes, we share what’s in our hearts, other times it’s what’s in our heads. 

Today, I choose to take a minute to implore you to have a heart full of love, with ears open to listen and hands willing to help.

The most important asset is not a head full of knowledge. What’s the use of being knowledgeably selfish or knowledgeably unkind?

Knowledge is the half way point. Using the knowledge for the benefit and upliftment of human kind is when you really begin to fulfil your purpose. 

I’m on a journey of self-discovery to make a positive difference to the lives of as many people as I can, in any way I can, for as long as I can. Why not join me? 

Join the ‘knowledgeably compassionate brigade’. There’s always room for one moreπŸ˜‰

 Photo credit: https://www.pinterest.com/9heather9/helping-hands/

By Nichole McIntosh FRSA

I am a Jamaican-born British nurse, blogger: http://nicholemcintosh.com, podcaster, motivational speaker, Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and Editorial Advisor of the Royal College of Nursing Institute’s Nursing Management Journal. Founder and Director of Maroon Mindset Unlimited Ltd.

Follow me on Twitter: @McIntoshNichole
Instagram: @tyrese876

18 replies on “Knowledgeably Compassionate!”

Thank you for this post. It’s so important to share what you have learned in life, instead of keeping it to yourself or looking down on others. You’ve inspired me to intentionally be knowledgeably compassionate. πŸ™‚

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This post describes my attributes I must say. Staying positive and showing love to others is a way of life I have embraced without any regrets. Thanks for sharing. It’s good to know there are others with such kind nature. πŸ™‚

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Thank you so much for taking the time read the post and sharing your comments. It always brings joy to my heart to hear your view on my posts. Loving unconditionally and living compassionately are the only ways to change the world! πŸ™‚

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