The world has become small, it is said …
Well, the world is just as big, but the internet and social media, satellite TV and mobile coverage provide access to everything happening in the world in a short period of time. This means that all of the world’s events, from natural disasters, war and terror, hatred and harassment, as always have been there, feels so unbelievably much closer.
But it also provides great opportunities, to use this communication, these media, to be somewhat constructive and good. The ability to convey and encourage empathy, good opinions and wisdom, to the world’s media and friends and acquaintances.
The goal is that this empathetic dissemination will be a major part of our impressions and that this type of good message and actions will become more dominant in the media and the web image. At the same time, the system will collect money for charitable purposes and to promote empathy in humans.
It’s a small price to care!
Empathy Club is a charity organisation that aims to promote and build empathy!
Empathy Club is registered and approved in norwegian register as a charity association, with full documentation.
You can support us several ways:
- By joining us as a free member. You can read and share our empathic content and our message.
- By donating to Empathy Club as a charity organisation.
- By joinings us a Premium Member. 3 UDS a week is a small price for caring
Show that you care …
The news today is characterized by negativity around humanity and its existence, evil and terrorism. About poor environmental management and new viruses, body pressure on our youth and overuse in the world. One reads that on the doomsday clock that is being adjusted closer to destruction, despite all of this actually being new and that the world in many ways is better than ever.
At Empathy Club we can be a counterweight to this. One can believe in humanity and the good in us. One can help spread a good message, given that the vast majority of this world actually agree with the basic good values of life. And we all have a responsibility for both our own lives and the society in which we live and, despite culture, skin discourse, religion, gender, layering, etc., can choose to be fellow human beings and show empathy for others.