Claudia Hall Christian Everyday Kindness
If you’re kind to me, I will be kind to you. If you are cruel to me and others, I shall be wish you well and let you go.
Inside of you lives a child who longs for freedom and wonder. Today, give yourself some time to day dream. Be kind to the child in you.
The Girl’s Guide to Loving Life gives us a “To Do” list: 1. Count my blessings, 2. Practice KINDNESS, 3. Let go of what I can’t control, 4. Listen to my heart, 5. Be productive yet calm, 6. Just breathe.
What if this week we follow this simply prescription: Smile on your brother, Get together, Try to love one another.
A lot of us are angry now. Rather than spread our anger, what if we spread our kindness instead?
What do you see when you look out on the landscape of your life? No kindness in sight? What are YOU going to do about it? Change your landscape. Be kind.
Let kind words fill your mouth. They will crowd out the angry, hopeless rant. You will feel better.
This week, let’s make an effort to notice the kindness that surrounds us. It’s there. We simply don’t see it. Cynicism = broken heartedness, not intelligence. Kindness is real. Kindness is there. Just notice it.
You draw your life with every action and word. Are you drawing a kind life?
You won’t remember these ridiculous people. You’ll remember being kind. Be kind.
Be kind to you. Be kind to them. You don’t have to judge or figure out or heal or fix or make better. You are simply called to be kind.
Keep track of the times you are lucky today.
Write three than you notes that simply say: “Thanks for being you.”
This is your LIFE. What will you fill it with? Make it kind.
We live in a desperately lonely time. Cruelty breeds in loneliness. Take a moment to be kind. One kind act can help break though your loneliness and that of someone else. Reach out. Be kind. Connect
Oh it’s that jerk again!! You want to slap him. If you wish to really twist his panties, be kind. He won’t know what to do with it.
In general, people are kind in their interactions with each other. Who is listening to you? Who has touched you? Who asks you ‘how are you’? Who gives you a kind word? They are there. I know this because human beings cannot survive without these things. You’re here — notice who is being kind to you.
Your path is kindness. Kindness is your path. Never forget — the kind acts of unknown others lay at your feet.
Everywhere you go, plant kindness.
The cold of winter is soon to give way to the wet of spring. What will you grow this spring? How about planting a large plot of kindness?