Vol. 19 No. 37 | September 17, 2017
Be kind and compassionate to one another, forgiving each other, just as in Christ God forgave you. (Ephesians 4:32, NIV)
I think I found it, the answer to the questions we have been asking ourselves since the beginning of time.
How can I make the world a better place?
What can I do to help stop the violence that is happening around us?
What can I do in my own little circle of influence to make life better for the people closest to me?
The answer isn’t profound. It doesn’t require a lot of energy, nor will it cost you a cent. It is actually very simple and something we all have the ability to do. \
Are you ready to hear what is going to change you and the world around you?
That’s it. Just be kind.
Be kind to your spouse, your boyfriend or girlfriend.
Be kind to your children, your parents and grandparents.
Be kind to your neighbors, your doctor and your patients.
Be kind to the cashier at the grocery store, the department store and the pharmacy.
Be kind to animals, the forests and our oceans.
Be kind to policemen, firemen and first responders.
Be kind to the postal worker, the FedEx driver and even the person who calls to tell you your credit is fine, but…
And most importantly, be kind to yourself. It starts there. It always starts there…
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