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Tag Archives: kindness

People Need People

Dr. Karl Menninger was once asked, “If you knew a person was heading for a nervous breakdown what would you suggest?” Everyone expected that the …

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Washing Her Feet

As a shy and insecure 13-year-old, I had a thousand different thoughts when my youth pastor asked me if I wanted to go on an …

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A New Normal

Our world seems as though it has come to a halt. So much of our everyday-ness has been redefined. Who would have ever thought of …

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Benevolence

Benevolence is a word that we seldom hear used today. It means that someone who is benevolent has a disposition to do good and to …

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Time to Write

If you are a writer, then lockdowns, social distancing, sheltering in place, and quarantines are mighty fine times to be at home! No excuses left. …

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Judging Others

There’s a really good chance what you’re about to read will sound a little too good to be true, not to mention very simple. But …

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Live to Love

One day Jesus said to his disciples, “While I am here in the world, I am the light of the world” (John 9:5, NLT). Then …

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A Soup Kitchen Surprise

The pungent odor of sweaty bodies and pre-cooked food greeted me as I walked in. Enormous pots bubbled with soup, and pre-cut salad fixings lined …

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Say Nice Things

“If you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all!” I heard that a lot when I was growing up. Apparently, I …

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A Lasting Impression

Autumn is a season that reminds me of kindness. It’s a time of year where I choose to reflect on all the good. Something about …

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