Kindness 101

I saw this sign when I visited the hospital yesterday.

I loved the sentiment.  So, I took a picture.

I resolved to be mindful and try to “walk in another’s shoes”. Continue reading “Kindness 101”

Fine Tuning

 

Strong social support is one of the keys to happiness and good health. Making an effort to improve relationships with people already in your life is one way to increase your social support.”— Jeanne Graner Krochta, L.P.     Mayo Clinic

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Photo from http://www.pexels.com/Gianne Karla Tolentino

I have an acquaintance whose hobby is collecting “friends”.

She is warm and friendly.  She has amusing conversations.

She flutters from one friend to another.

She undoubtedly has hundreds of Facebook friends.

She finds no lasting joy in friendship, only the excitement of making a new friend.

Or, rather, making an acquaintance.

Continue reading “Fine Tuning”

A Call to Action

I share this email from Dr. Sood with you as an act of service and love.

I hope his words are as helpful to you as they were to me when I first read this.

I like when he writes “Delay the urge to improve” in our relationships.

His email is a packed with wisdom and inspiration.

Continue reading “A Call to Action”

Gatekeepers

One of my favorite sayings is this one.

The mouth should have three gatekeepers.

Is it true?

Is it kind?

Is it necessary?

Continue reading “Gatekeepers”