Healing Each Other and the Earth Through Compassion with Jon Ramer

Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest is a community engagement experience that invites people around the world to inspire one another to reveal and promote acts of compassion that better our lives, our communities, and all life on the planet. When Jon Ramer, founded Compassion Games and began “playing” in 2012, he had no idea how it would catalyze fun and creative ways to care for ourselves, each other and the earth. Playing together has changed the world and transformed the lives of millions through service projects, random acts of kindness, and Compassion Missions.

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On This Episode:

7:30 – You don’t need to religion to have compassion

11:00 – The most compassionate city in the world

13:30 – 4 steps to the compassion games

15:00 – Reveal as well as inspire

16:00 – Play for peace

21:00 – Strive together, co-opetition

22:00 – The people with the least tend to give the most

29:00 – Survival of the kindest

31:30 – Compassion for yourself can often be the hardest

33:00 – World Interfaith Harmony Week

42:00 – A 24 hour wave around the world

49:00 – Infinite games

51:00 – The future is borderless

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Jon Eliot Ramer is an American entrepreneur, civic leader, inventor, and musician. He is a co-founder of several technology companies and the designer of several Deep Social Networks that led to making Seattle the first city in the world to affirm Karen Armstrong’s Charter for Compassion. This birthed the International Campaign for Compassionate Cities. There are now over 450 cities around the world that have started similar campaigns. In 2012, Ramer conceived of and produced the “Compassion Games: Survival of the Kindest” in response to a challenge from the mayor of Louisville, Kentucky to other cities to outdo Louisville’s compassionate action as measured by hours of community service. In 2018, Ramer co-founded SINE (Synergized Impact Network Exchange), a collaborative community that fuels collective empowerment and unprecedented unified action. SINE makes synergy happen.

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