Posted by: spiritteacher | December 18, 2018


“Today I can go past all fear, and be restored to love and holiness and peace. Today I am redeemed, and born anew into a world of mercy and of care; of loving kindness and the peace of God.” A Course In Miracles

I will face every encounter and every experience with this thought, “How can I be kind here?”

A child on the playground runs to his/her fallen friend and lifts them up and wipes their tears. That is kindness.

Someone sees another, not as guilty, but as them in another time and place.  That is kindness.

A brother calls his sister and says, “I’m so sorry.”  That is kindness.

An adult child calls their parents to say thank you. That is kindness.

A woman picks a flower for herself, then turns and hands it to someone walking by.  That is kindness.

A person senses someone’s pain and reaches out a hand to offer help.  That is kindness.

Someone sees another’s burden and offers to help carry it with them. That is kindness.

An employer sees his/her employee working hard and extends gratitude.  That is kindness.

A parent lovingly puts a meal on the table for their family.  That is kindness.

The children offer to do the dishes. That is kindness.

A sister forgives her sister, a husband forgives his wife, a friend forgives an enemy. That is kindness.

Someone feeds the hungry.

Someone loves an animal.

Someone holds a child.

Kindness. Kindness. Kindness.

Let us walk through our day listening and observing and then ask ourselves, “How can I be kind here?”

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