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Be joyous. Celebrate humanity. Show kindness.

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Today I choose to be joyous and celebrate my fellow human beings. Tomorrow, I choose the same.

Tell me how you have shown or are going to show a spark of kindness to your fellow human beings. Yesterday I made more healthy lunch than I needed and brought the leftovers to work for coworkers. (I'm no celebrity chef, but anyone can mix three or four ingredients and come up with something edible!)

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    That is really sweet of you. What you did was an excellent way of showing your concerns for your coworker's health/diet. Have a good weekend!

    Keep sparking!

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    2647 days ago
    Great idea!
    2648 days ago
    That is such a lovely sentiment!
    I didn't do a heck of a lot, but provided excellent customer service and a shoulder to whine on for folks who left feeling better than they came in, and also held the door for the pressurized-carbon-dioxide -delivery man, and he asked if I was new and said no one had ever held the door for him before. Ugh! It's easy to lose faith in people when they don't have common courtesy. But I suppose most people are inherently good. Or at least a good portion of them.
    I'm a cynic.
    2649 days ago
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    I try to lead by example. Give a situation the benefit of the doubt, or just look for the silver lining in everything. I want to spread joy in my wake, not negativity. Great post!

    2650 days ago
    I shared laughter with my girlfriends. We supported a friend who is starting a home-based business.

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    2650 days ago
    i took my kids to a pumpkin patch and they got to go on pony rides. they loved it!!
    2650 days ago
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