Compassion means “to suffer together,” and no one understood this better than Jesus.
The University of California, Berkley claims that something special exists when compassion characterizes a leader: a feeling of sympathy aroused by another’s suffering and the motivation to relieve the suffering.
The guiding hand of compassion considers the suffering of someone else and acts accordingly.
The compassion of Jesus was represented in several ways. He prayed for them, healed them, fed them, and taught them.
Leaders who follow these guidelines lay a foundation that lasts into eternity.