THIS MONTH: MONDAY GETS KIND

Let us set the record straight… There is nothing random about kindness. Kindness is intentional and it is inspired by a thought, then a choice, and then an act. In the split second when someone decides to open a door for someone else, they are choosing kindness.

THIS WEEK: USE YOUR MANNERS, PLEASE

At the root of being civil lies a language, a set of rules, which exists in order for a civilization to thrive. It’s sometimes difficult to know every nuance of this language, but, without a doubt, you know it when you see or hear it. […]

THIS MONTH:
MONDAY GETS KIND

Kindness is magic. You know it when you see it. You know it when you receive it. And, you know it when you extend it. Kindness, alone, can change the world. It is one of the few things in life that literally changes everything. Which is pretty remarkable, when considering that it can be something so simple, it has no boundaries, and it doesn’t even have to cost a penny. So, the only question we have to answer is… how much kindness do we want in our life and our world? Because, ultimately, kindness is a choice. It is our choice. And, in our opinion, it should be the only choice. Anything we experience in our relationships, see during the day, read about online, or watch on TV that has any negativity around it is because someone didn’t choose kindness. Instead, they chose something else – greed, hate, power, apathy, disregard, selfishness, the need to be right. But who wants to a world made of that? Why wouldn’t we want a world where everyone chooses kindness? Well, we do. And, that starts with each one of us choosing kindness first. It’s a multiple-choice question with only one answer. So, this month, MONDAY GETS KIND, and we want you to join in the fun. Just be warned that it might be the most fulfilling month of your life. Kindness matters.

THIS WEEK: TAKE THE HIGH ROAD

As humans, we often prioritize being right as more important than being kind. It is almost like we see being kind as “losing” and being right as “winning.” But, what does that really get us? The answer is “nothing.” Well, maybe it gets us some […]