What I’ve learned about Compassionate Caring and Love

How do you know when someone really cares for you?

Someone who cares about you will ask you how you are, how your day is. They want to know what you’re doing; they want to know if something significant has happened in your life. You don’t have to talk to them all the time, or see them often but when you do, they want to know how you are. Not out of obligation, but because they genuinely want to know how you are and you will feel their caring.

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Accion

I believe in a multi-faceted approach to alleviating poverty. Access to health is a critical element of life across the globe.

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Kageno

My involvement with Kageno has reinforced my belief multi-faceted community development programs are important for communities to imagine better lives.

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Partners in Health

PIH's community-based health care and development model has proven successful in delivering effective care and broader services to the poorest areas of developing countries and has made me a supporter. 

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Wealth & Giving Forum

The Forum provides a unique opportunity for an exchange of ideas among families who are dedicated to making intelligent decisions about their philanthropy.

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Liz Stern's Top 10 Travel Lessons

How do we travel with purpose? How do we encourage personal grow with every experience? Take a look at my Top 10 Travel Lessons for guidance on how to ensure you take the steps to explore and build your legacy with each journey.

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Ed Claugus

 Ed Claugus, a long-time friend and former client, was at a turning point in his life and sought to reframe his legacy. This statement from him was the culmination of our work together. Sadly he passed away in a plane crash in 2013, creating his legacy much earlier than he had anticipated.

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