One word holds everything

Restoring compassion to the centre of our lives


Unsung Heroes

Hero! What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear this word? When someone says hero I imagine Batman with his black cape gloating around city skyline and fighting cr...


Most Tolerant and forgiving Nation In the World

Pakistan is home to one of the most diverse populations in the world. This is the country where exists a wide diversity of culture, traditions and languages. Although nation of Pakist...


The Escape

You spend seemingly every waking moment in the office. And, when you do finally manage to escape, you use those precious hours to compulsively refresh your work email. And, the though...


Compassion can be Trained

Compassion and altruism—like athletic and academic skills—appear to be traits that are not fixed. Researchers have confirmed that both compassion and altruism can be cultivated wi...


Muhammad Ali: The Compassionate Boxer

“When it comes to love, compassion, and other feelings of the heart, I am rich.”                                ...


Compassion on a Plate

Located in the heart of Karachi, Burns Road is the Holy Grail of Pakistani gastronomy.  Once you arrive, the street throbs with riotous energy, assaulting the senses. All around ther...


Education Equity Where do we begin with?

Education Equity – Where do we begin with?
To learn, children and adolescents need to feel safe and supported. Educators in successful high-poverty school...


The CfC Compassionate Art Competition 2014

“Art introduced me to Revolution”– Albert Einstein

Dream, believe, achieve is the theme we carry; and in order to do that, it is very important to imag...


Thanking Jinnah – Father of the Nation

Imagine this:

As we celebrate sixty-five years of independence, we also celebrate the freedom to express ourselves, practice our religion, develop and cherish ...