Or let it lay down beside us? I love this reminder about “feeding” our emotions.
I love how this Mother’s Day note captures all the little things we do to keep our families humming and happy. Happy Mothers Day!
… in the mean time, enjoy this funny public service message.
The determination, patience and love that this father demonstrates is a lesson to all parents. Unconditional love is the answer to every question. #AutismAwareness
I was honored to be a part of filmmaker Louie Schwartzberg’s Gratitude Revealed series — 16 film shorts that explore what gratitude is. Over the next few months, we’ll highlight one film a week, illustrating why gratitude is important and what we can all do to live more gracious lives.
One of the easiest and most powerful ways to feel happier is for us to do something nice for someone else.
It’s also a great way to make the world better: Odds are, your kindness will radiate outward. Research shows that one person’s kindness has the ability to inspire acts of kindness in others, which may in turn influence the actions of even more people.
Take Action: Smile at someone in an elevator. Tip outrageously, and give a dollar to every homeless person you pass. Offer someone else your seat on the bus, or that great parking place you could easily sneak into. Say something kind to someone who’s having a hard day.
Join the Discussion: What other ideas do you have for small ways we can “commit to kindness”? Inspire others by leaving a comment below.