What if each day for the next year, we paused for 3 minutes a day, and wrote a thank you to someone for a gift they gave?
From the Blog on kindness
Build a bigger table, find an extra chair, add a little water to the soup. Inclusion may slow us down in the short term, but often helps us go further.
People who live on the spectrum of depression are not defective humans. We are your family members, friends, colleagues, and coworkers.
This is poem by Brian Bilston that was shared with me by a friend. It’s a reminder of the impact of small things, consistently done.
While there is more awareness of mental health than a few decades ago, mental health appears to be at a low point.
Gardeners are competitive. But they also seem to understand the value of sharing and that if we have more people gardening, we all ‘win’.
Kevin Kelly states: ‘You see only 2% of another person, and they see only 2% of you. Attune yourselves to the hidden 98%’
Sometimes we meet another who is in the mindset we were before we changed. And perhaps we are angry with them for being where they are at.
In all our lives, there are decisions we don’t get to make and things we are told to do. Kindness is always within our control.