You travel to work and watch drivers yelling at each other in an intersection because one didn’t give way to the other.
You work and you hear your colleague being all too rude to the customer on the other end of the phone line.
You line up in a fast-food restaurant and you see the customer in front raising his voice to the crew at the cashier.
You go home and you witness teenagers sitting comfortably while an elder can barely stand still in the moving bus.
You log on to Facebook and you read negative posts thrown towards an unknown individual, or comments bashing celebrities, politicians, or any regular individual whose post has gone viral.
Why is it difficult for some to be kind?
Kindness is what makes this world such a great place to live in.
For a second, think of how great it felt when someone ahead of you kept the door open for you? Imagine the last time you spoke to someone you don’t really know but he was smiling infectiously to you. Reminisce that one moment someone was courteous or polite to you even if they won’t really get something for doing that.
Don’t these make you smile right now? Continue reading