World Kindness Day November 13th

Dated: 11/13/2017

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Kindness is not just about the big gestures like adopting all of the animals at your local shelter. It is also about the little gestures. These little acts of kindness are a movement to restore the sense of humanity. Kindness day exists because a group of Humanitarians came together on this day in 1997 and “declared kindness”. On this day everyone is encouraged to make a similar declaration.

Donate gently used clothing or food to your community or someone you know is in need. Hold the door open for a stranger and give a compliment. Volunteer at a homeless shelter or let your significant other control the television remote for the evening. If you have children in your life, teach them the virtue of kindness by practicing it in your everyday life. This day is not restricted to us humans, you can be kind to the environment as well. The options are endless!

Whatever act of kindness you do, none are too big or too small. However you choose to celebrate, remember that Kindness Day doesn’t cost you anything but a little time and effort. And I will even let you in on a little secret…it will put a warm fuzzy feeling in you as much as it does the recipient of your kindness.  ;-)


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