“Every act of kindness creates a ripple with no end.”
Every human being grows up with morals. Our mothers made sure they instilled the value of kindness in our heads.
But, as we grew up and got busy with our lives, this important value seemed to have taken a backseat.
Here are three reasons why it is important to be kind especially in today’s world:
#1 It Gives a Purpose To Our Lives
You don’t have to have $500,000 in your bank account to be kind. In fact, kindness costs nothing.
An honest compliment, a small helping gesture, a smile, or opening a door for someone are all acts of kindness.
Being kind is not only respectable but humane, and inspiring.
A random act of kindness is contagious. If you compliment someone, it’s bound to make them happy and they’d want to make other people happy when they’re happy.
It’s like a chain reaction you definitely want to start.
As humans, it is important to be warm and compassionate and treat others the way we’d like to be treated.
Its the only way to lead meaningful lives.
#2 It Makes You Feel Satisfied
Sure, kindness means going out of your way to do something for someone and yes, it can be exhausting.
But, isn’t it all worth it when you see someone genuinely thank you for your efforts? Kindness fosters relationships and gives you a sense of satisfaction in life.
#3 Successful People Practice Kindness
Success isn’t always about money. It’s also about being humble, generous and affectionate.
Successful people know how to live joyfully by giving and receiving love.
Small unselfish acts of kindness are what sets them apart from the crowd.
Kindness is all about thinking about the other person before thinking about yourself.
Life will flourish when we truly learn to give rather see what we can ‘get’.
The answer to a simpler and happier life lies in our power to be kind.
And, kindness starts from within.
Start by being kind to yourself – treat yourself kindly and take good care of yourself.
And stop beating yourself up over trivial matters. Start by breaking free – cut yourself some slack.
Practice gratitude and be kind in your actions and speech.
You’ll be surprised by the way things change around you.