KINDNESS IS EVERYTHING, and in everything, kindness. If you can’t be kind, practice silence. This practice echoes what we all were taught in childhood: if you don’t have anything nice to say then don’t say anything at all.
It’s simple and to the point, yet cast aside all too often.
Our words can be:
calm and kind.
Or they can be:
filled with spite,
or intentionally hurtful.
We trust our perceptions too much. We create triangle conversations behind closed doors, which pits two against one. For what reason: to build ourselves up while tearing another down? To prove a point? To show our worth or embellish our status in comparison to another?
Make a conscious decision to choose kindness in everything you do, even when it’s almost unbearable.
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