#Little Spark of Kindness#


Today is World Kindness Day, and we are celebrating this day to promote kindness throughout the world.

We observe annually it on November 13 as part of the World Kindness Movement.

It is observed in many countries including the United States, Canada, Japan, Australia, and the U.A.E.

World Kindness Day presents us with the opportunity to reflect upon one of the most important and unifying human principles.

We should devote the day, today to the positive potential of both large and small acts of kindness, and try to promote and diffuse this crucial quality that brings people of every kind together.

On this occasion, I would like to share something about kindness.

Yes, Kindness is choosing to do something that helps others or ourselves, motivated by genuine warm feelings. 

 Kindness truly is a selfless act when one helps others without expecting anything in return. Standing up for the right and helping those in need shows our kindness. When you are kind, you lead a peaceful, happy life and sleep better at night.

We can say that acts of kindness can make the world happier for everyone. They can boost feelings of confidence, happiness, and optimism. They may also encourage others to repeat the good deeds they’ve experienced themselves – contributing to a more positive community.

We are all familiar with the saying – “it’s better to give than receive”. What might surprise you is that your own belief actually backs this up.

Those of us who are kind and compassionate,   experience obvious benefits to our well-being and happiness. We may even live a longer and happier life. 

Kindness also helps reduce stress and improve our emotional well-being.

In the present circumstances, we all have so much going on in our lives - competing for strains and stresses.  As we have experienced the recent coronavirus pandemic and lockdowns. This has sometimes pushed kindness to one side, in favour of what is urgent now.

It is easy to show kindness when posting online, but when it comes to reality, it seems harder to commit to kindness in our real-life words and actions.

By taking the time to be kind to others, we can benefit from emotional upsides. It really makes a difference, especially for people who are vulnerable or struggling.

There are so many health benefits of kindness as well: Good deeds needn’t take much time or cost any money.

  • Evidence shows that helping others can also benefit our own mental health and well-being. Yes, it can reduce our stress as well as improve mood, self-esteem, and happiness.
  • Helping others makes us feel good
  • It creates a sense of belonging and reduces isolation
  • It helps to keep things in perspective 
  • It helps to make the world a happier place — one act of kindness can often lead to more! 
  • It is correctly said that the more you do for others, the more you do for yourself.

Friends, Take a few minutes, have a read, and think about doing something kind for a friend or a stranger today;

When you leave this world, no one will count the number of cars you own. Or how many homes you possessed. People will only count how kind and compassionate you were towards others .

Yes, kindness is a virtue that can be heard even by a deaf person and can be seen even by the blind.

Happy World Kindness Day.

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25 replies

  1. Good morning Sir. Hope you are having a nice day.

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  2. A beautiful reminder Vijay. Thank you for reminding us to be kind. Thanks

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  3. A very beautiful blog sir!!
    You have mentioned some positive and loving points!
    If we all become kind to each other, even to the strangers. Many things will be easy for everyone.
    Thanks for the positive reminder.
    Best wishes, keep smiling

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  4. Thanks for spreading the word about World Kindness Day.

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  5. To always be thoughtful.

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