Quotes April 07, 2019

Courtesy of Claudia Hall Christian Everyday Kindness


“Kind words are like honey – sweet to the soul and healthy for the body.”
Proverbs 16:24
“Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change.”
Bob Kerrey
“At the end of this day, the world will either be a more or less kind, compassionate, and loving place because of your presence. Your move.”
John Pavlovitz
We’ve all heard the saying: “You are what you eat!” Did you know that this is also true with your mind, body, and spirit? Fill up on hate and anger, you’ll feel angry and hateful. Fill up on kindness, and you’ll have a kind life.
Why is it so cold? Why is it blue? Why does that road go right there? Stuck in the land of “why”? Stop it. There’s never a good answer to “why?” “Why?” is a question that takes you away from your power. Get out of your head. Get into your life.
Kindness is love with boots on the ground. Let’s get to work to make 2019 a kind year for you, your family, your city, your country, and your world.
Want a new doors to open in your life? Be kind. Kindness opens the very best doors.
What if you forgive yourself today? It’s time. You’ve suffered enough. Let it go.
“Ahh, kindness. What a simple way to tell another struggling soul that there is LOVE to be found in this world.”
Everything is a phase. Kindness is forever.
“Kindness is not an act. It’s a lifestyle.”
Want to change your luck? Be kind. Watch your luck blossom! What have you got to lose?
Practice being kind to those you love. Soon you’ll find that you love more and better.
A kind word is a way of telling another soul that there is light in the world, even it they cannot see it.
We are all heroes to someone. Maybe it’s time to be a hero to yourself?
You are magnificent. You are enough. Shine bright.
There is always one in every crowd. Just be kind.
Kindness is like a beautiful flower in the snow and ice of your every day life. Be kind.
Your mind and spirit need a visit to the forest. Time to plan a trip!
We were born to help — our neighbor, the stranger we meet on the street, our co-worker, our community, and even ourselves. Sometimes, when we hurt, we forget that we’ll feel better if we help. Being kind is the easiest and cheapest way to help — and can be done by anyone at any time.
Spring is a wonderful time to begin to think about how you can be kind to those around you.
You always have time to be kind.
Drink deep of the peace you have. Be kind to you.