Courtesy of Claudia Hall Christian Everyday Kindness
“Express gratitude for the greatness of small things.”
“The WAY you tell your story to YOURSELF matters.”
Find a way to make it kind.
Put down the phone.
Stop doom scrolling
You’ve read enough about those horrible people.
Be kind to yourself. Let it go.
Magic surrounds you.
Magic is inside of you.
Can you feel it?
In this time of great change, you are likely wondering where you’re going next.
Whatever you do, make it kind.
Let kindness inform your choices and help you grow a better life.
“Bliss is the result of a silent conversation between me and my dog”
Who do you talk to? Maybe it’s time to connect for a chat — whether with a good friend, a therapist, or a dog.
Talk. You’ll feel better.
Listen, this is an exhausting time filled with uncertainty and grief.
There’s no book or class you can take on “How to get through a worldwide pandemic.”
Listen to the dog of kindness. What do you need right now? How can you make it happen?
Ever wonder what these cats are saying to you?
We believe that they are saying very simply: “Be kind.”
Be kind and feed me. Be kind and breathe. Be kind and play with me. Be kind.
Every once in a while, it’s good to take time to say: “Thank You.”
Thank you for the chance to breathe.
Thank you for all of the joy and all of the pain.
Thank you for the love and kindness in your life.
Thank you for life.
It’s really not that complicated.
Life is busy and complicated.
It’s time to stop, take a breath, and reorient toward what you do best.
Be kind — to yourself first.
It’s been a week.
Take care of you.