What are Your Beliefs about Kindness?


Beyond telling your friends, children or loved ones that it is good to be kind…   what are your real beliefs about kindness?

Most of us talk a really good game about kindness.  We say how we should be kind.  We tell our young generation to be kind.  And then we are anything but kind.  Don’t we even have a saying about how the kind are left behind in the dust by the aggressive and abusive others?

Kindness is a lost art form and one of those aspects of life that is just likely to come back around and ‘kick us in the but’ if are aren’t kind!

Kindness is the topic of The Creating Cafe this week.  Consider listening to it live on WWNN Radio out of Boca Raton Florida at 9:00 PM Eastern or tomorrow on Blog Talk Radio at The Shift Guru.

Kindness is one of the aspects of the 2012 transition.  You just might want to take it seriously.

Shift Your Perspective – Shift Your Belief – Shift Your Life Experience

This information is addressed in The Creating Formula.  To hear a chapter or two, go to http://www.podiobooks.com/title/the-creating-formula

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2 Responses to “What are Your Beliefs about Kindness?”

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    Great review! You actually touched some valuable things on your blog. I came across it by using Yahoo and I’ve got to admit that I already subscribed to the site, will be following you on my iphone 🙂

    • shiftguru Says:

      Thank you so much for your kind words. I strive to bring valuable thoughts and possibilities to light. Barbara

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