Continue reading at Our Values →This entry is part 3 of 5 in the series CompassionHow do you react when you witness suffering?You probably feel warmth in your chest and a lump in your throat. Your heart rate goes down, and you become a bit gentlerready to comfort and support the sufferer. If you have these feelings and physical reactions, its because humans are hardwired for it, according to psychologist Dacher Keltner.Charles Darwin called sympathy the strongest of all human instincts. In Born to Be Good: Th...
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