Be kind to one another and have patience as we go through this time of the global health crisis. We have a lot of people who will need much love and healing through all this. Don’t panic (much) but keep a level head. Now is the time to be practical and thoughtful. We have been through trials like Coronavirus/COVID19 before. Let’s hope for healing in so many ways very soon.
Healing is a matter of time, but it is sometimes also a matter of opportunity.
You’re never too important to be nice to people. Yes I should keep this in mind always.
Kindness costs nothing. Hate costs everything.
World Kindness Day is celebrated annually on 13th November. On this day, participants attempt to make the world a better place by celebrating and promoting good deeds and pledging acts of kindness, either as individuals or as organizations.
I resolve to be as kind as I can daily and to treat everyone with respect and care.
Fred Rogers who was known as Mr. Rogers sang to children of all ages “Won’t You Be My Neighbor” for years on his show Mr. Rogers Neighborhood. It’s a classic reminder of a call to friendship.
Who are our neighbors? Well everyone you meet. It’s more than the people who live around where you live. It’s important we understand that because it makes the world our neighborhood.
In my faith loving your neighbor as yourself is a serious thing. Offering people grace and kindness can be a tall order because there are some folks you like and a few you don’t like so offering them both love can be a challenge. We can be exhausted in being nice but it’s worth it.
My friends you are my neighbor just for visiting my blog. Liking my posts and commenting on them are a plus. For me, treating you all with kindness and being nice is something i’m hard wired to do. It’s also an extension of my extending grace to everyone. I do believe there are some who needs more grace and kindness because their lives have been tough.
Thank you for being my neighbor.
Mourning with a friend is kindness.