Quotes November 13, 2018

Courtesy of Claudia Hall Christian Everyday Kindness

This week, let’s love more, judge less. Kindness is love in action. Be kind to everyone you know.
Choppy sea ahead? Kindness will help you negotiate the angry seas ahead. Smile. Laugh. Be kind. It is your nature.
Terrified about how our where our world is going? What can you do? You can love more You can listen to those you love more. You can be kind to everyone you know. Change the world — be kind.
Don’t take it in. Breathe in. Breath out. Be kind.

Let your love shine through.

Be kind to all you meet today.
In the end, you will only care about the times that you were kind. So why not be kind now while you have a chance?
“It’s too much! What can I do? I can’t fix it.” Be kind to yourself and all that you know — that’s what fixes it.
Everyday, journalists work hard to get the facts and write the news. In some countries, journalists fear for their lives if they write the truth. I am grateful to live in a country where the factual news is available to me. What are you grateful for?
For most of history, water was not always clean. Water could be deadly. I am grateful for clean water and all of those who work to keep it so. #EverydayKindness
Just a 30 years ago, the US had terrible air quality. I am grateful for clean air to breathe and all those who work to make it so. What are you grateful for?
I am grateful for another day on this gorgeous planet. What are you grateful for?
I am grateful for the toilet, running water, and the kindness of anyone keeps them flushing & clean. What are you grateful for?
I’ve been writing and posting these everyday kindness posts for the nearly two years. Most weeks, I have no idea what I’m going to say. The truth is that all I really want to say is “Be kind.” Let’s be kind. #EverydayKindness #WorldKindnessDay
This week, let’s focus on the kindness skill of gratitude. The more you are grateful the better you feel. What are you grateful for? I am grateful for this chance to share thoughts about kindness with you.
This week, I ask you: “What can you do, where you stand, to make your world more kind?”