Category Archives: The Power of Kindness

You mean the world to…

… the woman who shares the room with your mother at the retirement home, when you also brought her a bouquet of flowers for Mother’s Day.  Maybe her children live too far away and can’t visit, or they did send … Continue reading

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You mean the world to…

… the man you let ahead of you in the line at the Pharmacy.  He didn’t look as if he was in a hurry, but was so appreciative when you offered.  He could have been up all night with a … Continue reading

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You mean the world to…

… the cashier you smiled at, the one who was being yelled at by a customer at the convenience store because she gave him incorrect change for the six-pack of beer he had just purchased.  She didn’t smile back at … Continue reading

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You mean the world to…

… the woman you held the elevator for.  She could have been running to an after school conference with her child’s teacher, or rushing to help a friend stranded on the side of the street with a flat tire, or … Continue reading

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You mean the world to…

… the driver of the car you let ahead of you on your ride home from work during rush hour traffic.  Perhaps it was a father struggling to get to the hospital where his wife was giving birth to their … Continue reading

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