(about interacting and responding with kindness instead of blame)
Kindness is a major element of, do on to others as done on to you.
A chip off the old block, it seems. Keri is so right. Kindness is such an easy thing to do, so deceivingly powerful. A smile or an unexpected kind gesture can move mountains. Happy Birthday! (I always say that birthdays are for the mommas, so that one is for you, too, Kristin.)
Not everyone needs kindness to make their life happy.
It’s very important for people to remember that anger is powerful. So is selfishness along with cruelty. However, kindness overpowers all. You may think your kindness makes a difference for other people only, but it doesn’t. What comes around goes around, and your act will be returned. Your most important reward is knowing how much you just helped someone in need. You feel satisfaction knowing that you might have saved someone’s day, week, or even life. What you have really been given is the most precious gift you can receive, the gift of kindness. Everyone is capable of being kind. Everyone can help. The real question is, why don’t we? This should not be a question. Kindness should come automatically. It should be common rather than a rarity. We can make this happen and do something kind today.