It all begins and ends with me.
It all begins and ends with you.
The more loving you will be to yourself and others, the more good you will do, the more joy you will spread, the brighter our world will be.☮
Always find time to be kind to yourself and others. It all matters.🙏❤
If you believe being kind is important, share your thoughts in the comments below.✏
1 204 hours ago
The social media calendar-makers tell me today is "Random Acts of Kindness Day" — which is a beautiful thing. (It's also mine & Art's 28th wedding anniversary... also a beautiful thing!) But don't make this just one day! Kindness—random or otherwise—is something we can do every day. It's seeing "that person" (whoever they are!) as a human being, just like you. And when you stretch a bit to be kind to someone else, it can help you see how to be kind to yourself, too. ⠀
Today is Random Acts of Kindness Day! To help you spread the love, we're sharing the Three Tenets of Kindness:⠀
1. No act of kindness is too big or too small to be done. ⠀
2. No act of kindness it too much or not enough.⠀
3. No act of kindness is ever wasted. ⠀
Share with us in the comments what Acts of Kindness you did today!
Do something to offer kindness towards the outside world not just today, but everyday. Here’s just a few random little things that you could do today...
•pick up litter on the street
•buy flowers for a friend
•donate some belongings to a charity shop
•plant a tree
•give up your seat on the bus
•write a list of things you adore about a friend and give it to them
•be kind to yourself as well as others
Have a lovely kind weekend guys!!
2 3516 hours ago
National Act Of Kindness Day.
Do something for someone out of kindness, it can be just a small gesture, you never know who's day it will make.
When walking down the street, give someone a smile and say hello, buy a random stranger in a coffee shop their coffee.
Would love to know what you are going to do or do today...leave your comments below.
Today I am sending out much love and hugs to those that need it. I do have a little giveaway on my Facebook page wildfiggifts if you wanted to pop over and take a peek.
Have a blessed day filled with love and happiness
👉SWIPE LEFT TO SEE MORE: Jamaican musician Shaggy puts his signature on a symbolic cheque for J$100 million that will be going to the Bustamante Hospital for Children from his Make a Difference Foundation. Thanks to him, the hospital is now able to afford a new Intensive Care Unit. Intriguing! 👏👏👏👏💟 Show some kindness today!
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#TSRPositiveImages: #Roommates, do you remember #Shaggy, the man behind the hit song “It Wasn’t Me?” Well he’s giving back in a major way to the tune of $100 million (Jamaican dollars which is roughly $800K US dollars) through his foundation #ShaggyAndFriends!
The Bustamante Hospital for Children in Jamaica is now able to afford a new Intensive Care Unit thanks to his Shaggy’s efforts. Shaggy joined forces with other artists such as #WyclefJean, #Sting & #DextaDaps to put on a Charity concert. That, along with ticket sales, cooperate sponsorships, fund raising efforts and individual donations helped get them to the $100M JMD mark.
In a statement about his accomplishment, Shaggy said: “What we are doing is helping a government-operated hospital, that's all me a say. We are trying to make it easier for the Government and to ease a burden.” He also added—read more at theshaderoom.com (📸: @shaggyandfriends/@officialwata)
Thank you to everyone donating to the fundraiser in my @a_lallie_ bio to help #AliMeşe who lost everything except for his beloved cat when his house burned down.
After spending days in the hospital for smoke inhalation and burns to his hand, Ali dede (grandfather in Turkish) is now sadly back in hospital with flu symptoms. However, as you can see from this photo, he’s in good spirits, albeit missing his cat, and should be discharged next week.
The Turkish Government are giving him a house, which is amazing news. The house has been assigned by Bolu Social Aid and Solidarity Foundation. A team sent by the Mudurnu (district of Bolu) Government is currently preparing the new house for 83 year old Ali dede and his cat Sarikiz.
This fundraiser is to give Ali dede funds for food, supplies and medical and vet bills. Funds donated to this campaign will go into Ali's personal bank account so he can withdraw funds as an when he needs them. He is extremely humbled by your generosity. I'll provide further updates as and when I receive them. Thank you 💕 #BeKindToOthers