Kindness In Words And
Small Acts Of Kindness
What Site Visitors Say
Whether it be kindness in words or small acts of kindness, forming a habit to give out kindness to others every day does contribute towards more happiness for both the giver and the receiver.
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Dorothee, South Africa:
Yesterday I woke up angry because I had been diagnosed as having high blood pressure and needed to take long-term medication for it. I do not relate to allopathic drugs. I decided to head for the local mall to have my blood pressure taken daily for a week, to see if it really is consistently high.
The nurse at the discount pharmaceuticals store was quite grumpy. Anyway, I decided not to react but rather to be nice to her, even kind if the opportunity arose. Within a very short time she had thawed and was far more friendly and cheerful. I too lost that feeling of awkwardness one can get when in the presence of someone who is in a bad mood.
She recorded my blood pressure on a little card which she gave me, and we parted in very good spirits. I left her a happier person, and I myself was very happy indeed too. Not only had my own mood of anger cleared completely, but I felt light and joyful that I had helpd someone else have a better day too.
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