Practice Kindness

 

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Kindness is inspiring, powerful, courageous and wise. It’s also disarming, compelling and transformative. Being kind may be a vital way of bringing meaning to our own lives in addition to the lives of others. Being kind allows us to speak better, be more compassionate, and also to be a positive force in people’s lives. Kindness has its true source deep within us, and while some people are innately kind, it’s something that everybody can cultivate by choice. In any given moment, the kindness we provide to ourselves or to others affects what happens within the very next moment. The more we practice, the better we get at it. 

Here are some simple ways to practice kindness

  • Smile: Smiles are powerful and contagious. Don’t hesitate to smile warmly at friends, family, colleagues and even strangers. Never stop smiling!
  • Send hand-written thank-you notes to the people in your life who have helped in your difficult times and had an effect on the life you have created for yourself. Receiving a hand written thank you notes delivers a special meaning and it's a personal touch. If you use public transport, be the first one to offer your seat to an elderly person or a pregnant woman when it's busy and there's no free seats left.
  • Pay it forward can add an incredible sense of meaning and dignity to our lives. Simply put, it feels good to offer to others, whether we revisit or not. How about once you are in a cafe next time, you'll buy a coffee or cake beforehand for the next customer that comes in. Imagine what a pleasant surprise that would be to that person once they discover that a kind stranger has paid it forward for them. 
  • When you see an unfortunate person, consider some way to assist them. Maybe you could bring them some water, buy them some food, or give them some warm clothing, sleeping bags or blankets when the weather is cold. You could spend awhile with them, hear them and ask them.
  • Care for others genuinely around you. Most of the people who take care of others selflessly do so due to a real desire to help and improve the world around them. Being caring allows you to have empathy for others and to live a life based on affection, love, and compassion for the surrounding people.  
    •  Being caring means providing a listening ear, noticing when someone needs help, and helping your community without asking for an award One of most basic needs of human being is to understand and be understood. Although we hear with our ears, many people don’t necessarily hear what is being said. We don’t get the chance to pay attention when we are too quickly reacting, judging, providing solutions, and disagreeing. once we hear others well, it makes them feel accepted, understood, important, valued and validated. Listening benefits the listener also . It helps build trust, avoid misunderstanding, and specially it’s a real gift which we will share to uplift people.
  • Ask elderly neighbours if they need anything doing. The best course of action to start with is to form yourself known to an elderly neighbour and ask if there’s anything you'll do to assist . Getting older might mean that they need trouble completing simple jobs, that you simply could manage with little effort, and that they will really appreciate your offer.
  • Tell your loved ones that you simply love them regularly. Sometimes, it gets taken without any consideration that we love our parents, siblings, friends, spouse or our youngsters and though they’re really important to us, we simply don’t use “those words” in normal conversation. Love may be a positive energy that creates us feel good when it's received or shared. If we want to feel good all the time, we should release this energy often by expressing our love. When we express love, we make the other person also feel good. That person too, as a response, expresses love and we receive more of this positive healing energy.
  • When an idea of generosity arises within you, act on it. Don’t hold back. This is important. Giving doesn’t have to be involved with material things. It could be sending flowers, a compliment, a word of encouragement, sitting with someone in time of grief or sadness. The Law of Giving is actually simple: if you would like more joy, give joy to others. If you want love, learn to give love. If you want happiness, help others become happy. And if you wish to become wealthy, learn to assist others become materially affluent. Our potential for wealth isn't shown in our bank account as much as it is in the attitude of our heart.
  • If someone is struggling with money problems, find a way anonymously to help them if you can. If not anonymously, out in front.
  • Stop complaining. It never makes anything better, it doesn’t serve any purpose besides draining your energy and the energy of others around you, and it makes friends and family screen you out when you call, or run in different direction when they see you coming. So choose to reject negativity and be positive instead.
  • Compliment others. Compliments should come from a place of genuine desire to make others feel better. I know you’ve received a compliment before that has made you feeling good about yourself. Don’t you want to spread the love and give that kind of feeling to others?
  • Always speak thoughtfully. You have the power to contribute something meaningful or hurtful. Choose your words carefully as they can be remembered years later. Always speak good words, or words that reflect who you really are. Being kind doesn’t mean that you can’t make your point or send your message across. Being kind will show that you simply care, no matter the message. By sharing your compassion, you may change how someone feels about themselves or a situation.
  • Think of the people in your life and be there for them when they need help. Sometime we are so caught up in our daily life and so focused on our own agendas that we forget about others ‘needs and our effect on them. If you want to be a more caring person, then you have to appreciate the people in your life as much as you can and make a habit of taking the time to help a friend or a loved one in need. If a friend or a family member is having a hard time, make sure they know that you are there for them and are available to talk and help.
  • Spend awhile with a old person living on their own. Older people are especially vulnerable to loneliness and social isolation, and it can have a significant effect on their health. Someone who is lonely probably also finds it hard to reach out. There is a stigma surrounding loneliness, and older people tend to not ask for help because they have too much pride. You could always volunteer helping them. You could spend some time with them, listen to them and get them engaged in conversation, and make some difference in their life.
  • Donate Blood. Donating blood may be a simple thing to do, but it can make an enormous difference in the lives of others.
  • Encourage someone to pursue their dream. Be a haven of positive thoughts and outlooks to someone to achieve their goals. Provide them support and help them persevere their dreams when they’re looking down.
  • Always say “Please” and “Thank You”, to keep you humble, to make you fully appreciate your blessings, to make you feel more optimistic, and to encourage you compassion, kindness and love.


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