Being Kind to One Another
While it may seem easier to be kind to the people we know, we also carry the ability to show kindness to someone new. We never know what others are dealing with and our generosity, support, or small act of kindness may go a long way.
Kindness doesn’t always have to include dramatic gestures of care. Simply being polite, using a warm tone, giving a smile, or showing patience or gratitude to a stranger can be enough.
- Make it easy for someone to get on the highway.
- Toss the cashier a smile and tell him/her thank you.
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Very true. 🙂