One act of kindness can transform a person’s day, or even their life.
As the saying goes, ‘Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle.’
Steve Sjogren wrote a book called Conspiracy of Kindness. He started a church in Cincinnati, Ohio, that grew rapidly to an average attendance of 7,500. Their motto is, ‘Small things done with great love are changing the world.’ They carry out random acts of kindness like paying for a stranger’s coffee or writing a ‘thank you’ note to a shop assistant.
Kindness is love in work clothes. Showing God’s love in practical ways, they have discovered the power of kindness to effect positive change, both in their lives and in the lives of people around them. Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly and most underrated agent of human change. When kindness is expressed, healthy relationships are created, community connections are nourished and people are inspired to pass on kindness. (Taken from Nicky Gumbel’s ‘Bible in One Year).
You don’t have to be a Christian to show kindness… anyone can do it!
And every act of kindness, no matter how small, will have an impact far bigger than you can imagine.
On A Mission To Help The World
250 million children across this planet of ours lack basic skills in reading, writing and maths.