Wednesday, April 6, 2016

Be Kind




I believe that children are born kind.  

As adults, we must reinforce this behavior with our actions.  

Kindness to others makes both the giver and receiver feel good.

Try it...you'll see!


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11 comments:

Jeanie said...

You are right....thanks for the reminder.

Jim said...
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Esther Joy said...

"Kindness" was my word of the year for 2015... I think it kind of needs to be a lifetime commitment for me!

Betty said...

I so agree. Children aren't born hating either. It's a learned behavior.

aktuellabilder said...

Totally agree. Hatred is not a natural born instinct, it is something learned.

Gallery Juana said...

Kindness goes a long way indeed! I watched an experiment that showed when someone has come in contact with a rude person and then shown kindness by another person, it allows the first person to show some restraint in getting even with the rude person.
Hope that made sense:)


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Pondside said...

The picture is heart-warming. I, too, believe that children start out being kind. My two year old granddaughter kisses and hugs her 6 month old sister, telling her 'Katherine, you beautiful'. I love it!

edenhills said...

That is adorable and a good reminder.

Jim said...

I'm with you, Liz, on kids being born to be kind. But the will become selfish and self-centered pretty quick if their kindness trait isn't nurtured by the responsible adults.
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Linda O'Connell said...

Hi Liz, this poster proves it! Hope you are doing well.

Mom said...

Can this be bought anywhere as a poster? I have a teacher friend who would like it for her room. Thanks! Chris Kelly