Posts Tagged“Kindness”

The world as we know has run amok. The images of the impact of hunger, war, diseases, unemployment on the lives of people is disheartening. I know people who are unemployed, lost a loved one in Iraq, or just plain depressed with the kind of news that ripples around us. Evil, it seems is constantly looming in the dark corner—waiting to spring on people. I too, despite my sickening optimism, find myself distraught about the world’s state of affairs. But it is one thing to be distraught; it is another to be instrumental in dissipating the vortex of agony people feel…

Quit it. Mean mugging is never a good look on anyone. Quit being angry all the time and smile sometimes. Your life is not as bad as you think it is. It could be worse. Quit frowning. Don’t accelerate the aging process. Gravity and time will do that for you, naturally. Quit being the one who zaps people of their joy and enthusiasm. Be the one who walks into a room and injects it with light, humor and love. Quit being mean–if anything because you think you’ll get respect from others If anything be nice and say nice things to…