In the End, Kindness Matters
There are realities we all share, regardless of our gender, political perspectives, our religion or our position in life. Where there is bitterness, jealousy, selfish ambition, boastfulness, anger or contention, there is confusion and every evil result. There is a remedy for things that lessen the worthiness of this portion of life, and it is ours if we choose to make our days lighter.
Wherever there is a need, there is an opportunity for kindness. Simple acts of kindness can dry a million tears. We don’t need to buy gifts or spend money. Just smile, listen to one another, help one another rise above their tears. A bit of kindness is infectious; just like the flu, but a lot more positive.
When someone is kind, and recognized, we tend to pass it on to others. When we are exposed to a small kind deed, it just might trigger a sudden realization we can make just a bit of the world sweeter and more tolerable. We can add another piece of the puzzle of how to make life taste sweeter. A single kindness can spread through families, our workplace, and around the earth, as we expose its worthiness. So, when you recognize an opportunity, or when a kindness passed on to you, don’t leave it undetected. Make an impact on the world that makes this portion of life worthy of what you hold close.
Kindness is a small thing, but when given freely, it is everything. Have you had a kindness shown? Pass it on. But you really don’t have to be pushed; you don’t have to wait for that opportunity. Let’s start an epidemic, and get the world infected.