When it seems like nothing else in life is working kindness can go a long way, from being kind to others and from kindness received. It’s one of the few things in the world that doesn’t necessarily involve money.
Kindness can be offered in more than just word or deed. It is also body language. A smile can go a long way. Our thoughts will also go a long way. We are all inter-connected at the most core level.
Kindness has a ripple effect. It makes you want to return the favor in some way to the next person along your path.
Kindness is not only for our fellow humans, but should be for all of our fellow creatures and our habitat as well.
I’m thankful for all the people who have been kind to me, and for any times people have felt I have been kind to them.
4 thoughts on “Kindness”
Someone else posted about Random kindness and I responded, open the door for someone and smile at them. Say good morning, good afternoon or whatever greeting.
I love when someone takes a minute to brighten my day. I always tell my kids “be a positive impact on someone. Say thank you and May I please”
I alway think of something after the fact. A good title might have been Kindness is Good Karma. That’s great that you teach your kids that. I was so proud of my daughter once in kindergarten. I was called in because there was the possibility that she might have caught lice from a little girl in the class that everyone shunned, except for my daughter who befriended her.
Nice choice for K. I love how easy it is to spread kindness. Just a simple smile can do the trick sometimes. Great post!
Thanks for stopping by my blog. Look forward to seeing what else you’ll have up for the challenge!
This is a simple statement of the profoundest of wisdom. Kindness is the seed for peace, and acceptance. And it plain feels good for all concerned!