It’s still Be Kind to Humankind Week.
How’s it going? Are you being intentionally kind?
Have you noticed others being intentionally kind? No, that’s okay, don’t let it stop you.
Need some ideas?
25 Intentional Kindness Ideas
1. Gather all your spare change and give it away.
2. Be generous with compliments.
3. Invite someone to go ahead of you . . . in line, through a door, etc.
4. Make toiletry packets (toothpaste, toothbrush, soap, washcloth, and deodorant) for the homeless.
5. Tip generously.
6. Clean up your mess.
7. Pay someone’s parking meter.
8. Say I’m sorry.
9. Hold a door open for someone.
10. Run an errand for someone who’s shut-in or ill.
11. Compliment others publicly.
12. Be on time.
13. Be patient with children.
14. Be patient with their parents.
15. Say “please and thank-you” and mean it.
16. Put down your phone and tablet.
17. Talk to the person standing alone at a party, at church, at school…
18. Be kind to customer service reps on the phone.
19. Plan a random day to celebrate someone you love.
20. Compliment an employee to the manager of a business.
21. Give the benefit of the doubt.
22. Pray for others.
23. Make eye contact and smile at strangers.
24. Share blog posts and leave positive comments.
25. For one day do every single kind thing that pops into your head.
What would you add? Tell us in the comments.
Blessing Counters Around the Blogosphere
Jen describes herself as “a work in progress woman” at Being Confident of This.
This week she wrote a beautiful post titled – Fat Girl Insecurities.
I loved this sentence:
“We are not the sum of our insecurities, for we were created for more than this!”
Go over to be reminded of your own beauty and thank Jen for sharing hers.
This week’s inspiration comes from Marriage, Motherhood, & Missions.
A group blog that inspires moms to reach their God-given mission.
I always enjoy the weekly link-up, and this week Linda inspired me with a
recipe for A Very Berry Fruit Crisp Recipe. Yum!
Pastor Dave Arnold is one of my favorite authors and bloggers.
This week he motivated readers to live their purpose – The Breadcrumbs of Purpose.
I also recommend his book – Pilgrims in the Alley.
Rev and I loved it!
Leave a little sparkle of kindness.
This pic is from my Inspiration Board on Pinterest.
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