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Maybe some of us need to catch up with them!


Be kind, don't judge, and have respect for others. If we can all do this, the world would be a better place. 

The point is to teach this to the next generation. Jasmine Guinness

I'm doing my best to be mindful about how I'm living: to be kind and patient, and not to impose a bad mood on somebody else.

 Being mindful is as good a way to be spiritual as anything else. Deirdre O'Kane

It's not our job to play judge and jury, to determine who is worthy of our kindness and who is not. We just need to be kind, 

unconditionally and without ulterior motive, even - or rather, especially - when we'd prefer not to be. Josh Radnor

I'm convinced that probably everyone you meet is fighting a battle you know nothing about.

It's just one more reason to always try to be kind. Yolanda Hadid

Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind.

And the third is to be kind. Henry James

Some Christians can't be humane, much less godly - that is so immature - the Lover of our Souls

expects better than that from us. Seek to learn how love others and what love is all about. Start with

practical ways of being kind - then you can begin to know that Loving Kindness of God. (Janet)

Some Christians can't even spare a smile but they expect The Lord to smile on them

and answer their prayers - give me this, give me that. Come On! You are called to

better things than that and it starts with Showing Kindness. (Janet)

Life is short and we have never too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark journey (of this world) with us. 

Oh be swift to love, make haste to be kind. Henri Frederic Amiel

Treat others as you wish to be treated. Don't just be nice, but be kind to other people. That can be so rewarding. Mary Lambert

If you expect the blessings of God, be kind to His people. Abu Bakr

Ways We Can Be Kind To Others

Smile. Smile to a stranger. Not a creepy, weird smile, just a pleasant, “how’s it going?’” smile. Suggested places to smile: in an elevator,

on your way in/out of a store, at the Dept. of Motor Vehicles.

Merge. Let “that guy” merge in front of you in traffic. Getting home 8 feet later doesn’t matter.

Hold. Hold the door for someone. Anyone. Let them go in first.

Respect. Treat everyone with the respect you want them to give you.

Don’t Be A Hater. If you have something negative to say, then say it in a tactful way and own your opinions.

Don’t write someone off just for disagreeing with you. Listen to and learn the other side.

Encourage. Encourage someone. Find a way to tell someone they did something good.

Even that annoying co-worker who constantly complains.

Be Charitable. Give money, or more importantly, time to a cause you care about.

Deal with it. Don’t be a jerk when things don’t go your way at work or at home. Take a breath and deal with it. Put it in perspective. Gone are your childish ways.

Buy. Buy coffee/food for the person behind you in the drive through. Anonymously. Don’t expect a thank you. That’s not why you’re doing it.

Write. Write someone a note. Not an email. A note, on paper, that you have to mail. You’ll be blown away by the impact it will have.

Paul Jankowski

Expect Nothing In Return. There is so much pressure on people these days but don't let anyone take advantage.

Make Polite Gestures. Courteous gestures and actions go a long way in showing others that you are polite and care about them.

Be Giving and Sharing.  Offering others small and thoughtful gifts is one way show your kindness.

Show Affection. In some way that is appropriate to that person.

I think being thankful is very important, and being thankful means you're choosing to be kind.

Jacob Tremblay

I've experienced Christians who fail to be thankful, almost as if things are expected of us

rather than appreciation given. Learn to express your Thanks - especially when it comes

to God - don't just take for granted and be surprised that He didn't answer your prayers.

Sometimes it's because we're not thankful and pray amiss. (Janet)

"Let’s stop the playing of Taps. In much of society, we’ve extinguished the lights in how we go about our daily routines. 

You know the light I’m talking about: doing something kind for someone else or being supportive of someone who needs it 

or just being a friendly face in a crowd."   Paul Jankowski

"It’s time to use our talents to ease the load of our neighbor. I confess that I’m looking for the right charity or event to participate in…..

as long as it fits my schedule (lame). I truly want to be a positive contributor to society but I’m missing the easiest opportunities. 

They’re all around me, but I’m looking down the road instead of in front of my face."   Paul Jankowski

"If being kind isn’t a high priority for you personally, then consider the effect it has on others!"

"Take advantage of the hundreds of ways to be a light to others through basic kindness. With all of the constant media coverage of darkness, 

let’s flip the script and overcome it with unadulterated kindness. Brightening someone’s day or giving someone hope at a time when they’re in a dark place,

 makes a measurable difference. This can happen anywhere—on the street, at the store, and even at work. If we work together and

 go about our day with the intention of being kind, then darkness loses."   Paul Jankowski

“We all need that someone in our life who's going to motivate us and not stress us, and then we need to treat him the same way we want to be treated, and no lies, we say what we mean and mean what we say. And always try to build together not destroy each other, if the outcome isn't what you expected, at least you can say you tried.

Also remember that pressure makes diamonds and so it is with people. not everything will be easy between you and me and him and her and them.

It's all give and take..  sacrifice and reward. Try to love those who love you, not just the ones who are easiest to love. Try to help those who need you,

  you  may need help someday." ― Marouane Laassafar

"Try to forgive those who hurt you, you may have hurt someone once upon a time and try to forget those who leave you, God may have known they aren't good for you. One of my main goals on this planet is to encourage people to empower themselves like what I'm trying now, I try to make you positive, to make a positive change

in your life. It will never happen unless you or me or him or her make it happen. They said "be the change you want to see in the world"

I'm like that and I would like everyone to take after me.”  ― Marouane Laassafar

“While you were busy trying to prove God stands behind you, God was before me lighting the trail, so he could lead us both.” ― Shannon L. Alder

“It does not matter who is in your team, what matters is who they will become because of you”  ― Sunday Adelaja

More Ways To Be Kind

David and Daniela Naidu

Be Punctual

Being punctual for an appointment is one important way to be a nicer person. It demonstrates to the other person that you have respect for his or her time. It shows that you have discipline, are responsible, trustworthy, and that you keep your word. Nobody likes to be kept waiting by a tardy person and, therefore, we should not do it to others.

Don’t Be Critical

One of the ways to become a nicer person is to be less judgemental and critical of others and certain situations. Always try to look at the brighter side of things and refrain from criticism and voicing displeasure. There will always be situations and people that are less than ideal in our minds, but it does no good to constantly criticize

because it only reinforces negativity. Think of their good qualities.

Smile and Laugh

Frequent smiling and laughing makes you a more pleasant person to be around. I am talking about genuine, heart-felt smiling and laughing.

It demonstrates optimism, happiness, and an overall pleasantness that is contagious.

Don’t Talk About Yourself As Much

We all love the sound of our own voice, but that does not mean we should indulge in self-glorification and monopolizing a conversation. After all, true communication is a dialogue and not a monologue. It is perfectly alright to tell others about our lives, feelings and accomplishments in order to let others get to truly know and understand us. However, too many people do this excessively.

Write Personal or Thank You Notes/Emails/Texts

This step goes a long way in helping you become a nicer person and ingratiating others. Write thank you notes, cards, letters, emails, texts and online messages

as often as possible. If you visit someone’s home for dinner, write that person a thank you message or note. It will not go unnoticed.

Make Time For Others

The most precious commodity you can give others is time. Everyone in this world, rich or poor, has been given 24 hours in a day. Therefore, affording others some of your valuable time is one of the greatest gifts you can give. Making the time to enjoy a meal with a friend or helping them in some way. teaching a person a new skill will go

a long way in showing others that you truly care about them.

Pay Compliments

Learning to pay others sincere compliments is a great way to be a nicer person. Everyone has qualities and accomplishments that deserve to be recognized. Having the ability to offer genuine praise when it is deserved makes the other person feel great about themselves. It exhibits the ability to see goodness in others and makes others want to be around you more.

Compliments is my favorite - I love to make someone feel nice or beautiful or interesting.

And I love to give free smiles away every day!

Scripture says to be Kind to One-another. In simple terms there is no better way

to show the Light of God's Love to those around us in daily life.

The Challenge: See which ones you would like to practice.

It takes 21 days to make a new habit.

The more consistency the better our results.

Let's be Caring and Kind for Jesus

and spread His Fragrance everywhere


This is such an important Topic, you will find a 2nd Page called

Lets Be Kind

God Bless!

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