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April 13, 2017

I am kind and loving.

We can be quick to notice when someone is thoughtless or unpleasant. I may judge and condemn their actions.

Instead, I can envision what difficulties they may be experiencing and treat them with the kindness I wish I were receiving.

When I understand that another’s insult is often due to their feeling of hurt or inadequacy, I am kind and loving.

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12 Comments
  1. messymimi permalink

    Putting yourself in someone else’s shoes makes it possible to treat them the way you’d want to be treated. Kindness goes a long way to defusing many situations, too.

  2. That’s a very gracious approach. We might not know what’s going on with the other person but it’s worth making the effort to find out.

  3. To a degree this could be seen as the same as “Turn the other cheek” – although this particular phrase never made sense to me – it seemed you were being a victim. But actively engaging in completely the opposite manner to which the offending person is behaving can be a shock, and just the kind of trigger to change their behaviour. So long as it comes genuinely and from the heart.

  4. That is absolutely nice… Compassion and Empathy rules 🙂

  5. blikachuka permalink

    always good to remember that

  6. leannelc permalink

    With age comes wisdom and with wisdom comes the ability to see beyond the superficial and to give people the benefit of the doubt – you’re right, that is true kindness (btw I love your banner pic)
    Leanne | cresting the hill

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