Kindness Leaves You With Lots To Talk About

I imagine, one day, when they’re very old and can’t get around quite as well as they do now, Gene Hanson and Darlene Jackson Hanson will sit next to each other and say, “Do you remember when…?” Only there is no way they will remember it all. Not because their minds will be failing, but…
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Kindness In The Benefit Of The Doubt

Have you ever been driving down the street, carefully obeying the rules of the road, when all of a sudden someone cuts you off? You’re forced to hit the brakes because some madman is either driving like a bat out of Hades or didn’t check his mirrors well enough to notice you were there. How…
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Kindness Through Quiet Bags And Batman Bandaids

I’m afraid I’ve forgotten what it’s like to have small children. How is that even possible? My kids are 12, 11 and 6. It’s not like they’re adults. They are definitely still in need of guidance and discipline, but life is a whole lot different (dare I say easier?) than when they were toddlers. I…
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Be The Good

What do you want to be when you grow up? I sure hope you’re not one of those people who thinks they are already too old to decide. Isn’t that what the new year is for? New beginnings? I see the commercials on TV telling me I should be skinny or try a new exercise…
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Teacher Creates Classroom Of Givers

My friend was telling me a story about her son who is a freshman in college. He noticed a peer consistently walking to class without a coat. So he gave him his own. No fanfare. No conversation or touching exchange of words as the coat was quietly laid on his desk. Just an offering that…
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