Hello, friends. I've been thinking about acts of kindness lately. Even the smallest gestures—opening a door, inviting a friend for coffee, giving a hug—can make a big difference. As Mark Twain said, "Kindness is a language that the deaf can hear and the blind can see."
Do you think kindness can be taught? I hope my kids learn kindness from even the simple gestures from the heart that happen everyday at home. And when my daughter or son clears the dinner table without me asking, or they walk the dogs, or even send a text to me with a funny photo—that's when I know kindness is alive and well here.
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Quote by Mark Twain. Image by Chris Olson.