#ActsOfKindness – essay

Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. ~ Mark Twain #quote

Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. ~ Mark Twain #quote

#ActsOfKindness – essay

More and more, recently, it seems to me that what’s needed are more acts of simple courtesy and kindness. A smile to a stranger. The door held open for the next person behind you. A call and/or handwritten note to a loved one you know is not in such a good place today; or, to whom you’ve not reached out for too long. The simple “Please.” and “Thank you.”

With that in mind, via various social media, I’ve been posting with the hashtag #ActsOfKindness.

If you, like me, agree that our Big Blue Marble could use just a little more courtesy, a little more kindness, please be free to use and/or post using #ActsOfKindness.

Thanks, in advance and anticipation ~

~ Jessan


2 thoughts on “#ActsOfKindness – essay

  1. Peter

    Good advice Jesson and something I always do. I always smile at people, open doors for others and when crossing the street if a driver stops to let me cross I always smile, wave and mouth the words thank you.

    One thing I love to do when out shopping and you get the assistant who looks like they have had a hard is to make sure to smile and say please and thank you. And if they offer any help thank them and say how kind they are. There is nothing better then walking away knowing they now have a smile and that someone appreciated what they did.

    Smiles. One of the greatest gifts you can give. Costs nothing but is worth a fortune.

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