Kindness for Its Own Sake

Today, I’m posting a link to a piece I wrote about thinking that there’s magic in single acts, that doing one thing will change everything. And how I realized that putting my expectations on someone else is wrong-headed.

Kindness should happen for its own sake and not as a means to an end. That was the lesson for me that I tried to write about in this piece called “Wearing My Kindness Like a Coat” published today on Mamalode.

One Comment on “Kindness for Its Own Sake

  1. There is magic in kindness, both for the giver & the receiver. I am sorry she lost her coat, not because of the monetary value, but because it made her feel like a million bucks!


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