Tag Archives: kindness

18 Quotes about the Ego to inspire Self-Reflection and Self-Awareness

Have you ever looked back on your own behavior and thought; Why the heck did I do that? Maybe you’d had an argument with a friend or a loved one and you’d overreacted to something that was completely unnecessary. Maybe … r

How Little Ripples of Kindness Create Big Waves of Happiness

We all want to make a difference, to change the world for the better, to bring good into the lives of others. But we don’t need a big stage to do it. As King Solomon says, “A little light dispels much darkness.” And a little kindness can produce much joy.

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How To Come Together To Heal Our World

It seems every week we hear about a terrorist attack somewhere in our world (including home grown terrorists), or see news clips on active shooters in public places. How do these acts of violence make you feel?

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21 Ways to Practice Compassion

Compassion can be defined as a response to the suffering other sentient beings that motivates or inspires another to offer assistance or help. Compassion moves people to offer physical, spiritual, or emotional help to the pain or struggle of other people or sentient beings.

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Four Ways to Clean up Your Act and Become a Better Person

As much as we might like to see life’s choices as black and white, personal growth occurs in the gray areas.

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5 Easy Ways to Be Nicer to Yourself

Years of observing people stumbling over the concept of self-compassion has shown her that we commonly think that treating ourselves kindly will result in being lazy, self-indulgent, and wallowing in self-pity.

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