Monthly Archives: September 2012

Everyday Kindness – Smile

Flexing the muscles on both ends of the mouth can do amazing things. Amoung humans, smiling can create joy, happiness, pleasure and amusement. And it is understood by everyone despite race, religion or culture. Your smile could make all the difference to someone. Will you smile big and share some kindness today?

Everyday Kindness – Give

Life presents many opportunities for us to give. Practicing everyday kindness helps us develop a habit of giving freely without expecting anything in return. Then, as we take only what belongs to us, we are walking in a true attitude of kindness.

Will you give some kindness today?

Everyday Kindness – Respect

Everyone, everywhere deserves respect. Respect has great importance in our everyday life. The ability to value each others point of view and accept people as they are springs from a kind heart. Be kind and show someone respect today!

Everyday Kindness – Many Colors

Kindness does not depends on whom it encounters. It gives freely to anyone and everyone. The world will be a better place when each of us puts on the coat of kindness. It is a coat of many colors and with it comes peace and happiness!

Everyday Kindness – Cultivate some today!

It takes genuine effort to be truly kind. Kindness must be cultivated with action. Our charitable deeds should not be to impress people, but out of true concern for others. Your kindness can be healing to a wounded heart. Share some kindness today!

Everyday Kindness – Wave at children

Our world is filled with difficulty and children are our future. Take the time to wave back at children that wave at you. It will help teach them that there is kindness in the world. Every kind act matters. Start a Ripple…Create a Wave! It begins with YOU!

Everyday Kindness – Go the extra mile!

We have the opportunity everyday to make a difference. When we walk in a pay it forward kind of way something magical happens. Wonderful things begin to come together like the beautiful butterflies in this photo. Will you go the extra mile today?