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How to be kind: You can get more friends with a smile and kind word thoughtful deeds than a frown and ugly word and a mean spirit. ~ Bill Greguska
A person does not have to be intelligent to be kind because kindness is from the heart yet is engaged with the mind. Here are some encouraging scriptures about kindness.
How To Be Kind Takes A Little Effort And Time!
How Many Acts Of Kindness You Can Do In 31 Days!
- Make cards for nursing house residents and spend some time with them.
- Hide dollars in a dollar store with a kind note attached.
- Donate a new stuffed animal to your local children’s hospital.
- Buy a book or gift for someone you know that could use some cheering up.
- Order an appetizer or dessert for another family while out eating.
- Leave a few kind words or a funny note, or some cash in a library book.
- Running an errand or doing a chore for someone to be a blessing.
- Smile at everyone you come across and make that a regular habit.
- Text ten of your friends, letting them know you’re just thinking of them.
- Send anonymous flowers or cookies to someone in your life that you care about.
- Could you write a letter and send it by US mail? It is more special than an email.
- Say something kind to someone, even if it is that you like their shirt.
- Take a friend out for coffee or soda and share some good news with them.
- Talk to someone new as a regular habit.
- Tell someone you love precisely why you like them.
- Make it your goal each day to encourage someone!
- Leave a friendly note where someone will find it to brighten up their day.
- Hold the door open for multiple people while saying hi to each of them.
- Leave a big tip for a waitress with an encouraging note.
- Bake or buy extra cookies and take them to your local fire or police department
- Pay for the car behind you at a drive-thru and to encourage them.
- Call someone you know who is down, with the purpose for them to feel loved and to cheer them up.
- Offer to shovel a neighbor’s driveway and sidewalk or offer to cut their grass.
- Donate a toy to a local charity.
- Mail a surprise package to someone you know. The value of the box is irrelevant.
- Leave a positive note for your child or spouse’s lunch box with words of love.
- Let someone have your parking space or place inline instead of fighting for it.
- Bake cookies for your neighbors on a semi-regular basis.
- Pick up litter no matter where you are.
- Put positive sticky notes on your bathroom mirror with words to encourage yourself daily.
- Make eye contact with more people and smile at them more too.
Gratitude Letter Writing Activity:
Find your favorite pen and two nice pieces of paper.
Write a letter to SOMEONE WHO HAS CHANGED YOUR LIFE for the better. Tell them how they have helped you. Then send it.
Next, write a letter to YOURSELF. Describe all your strengths, skills, values, behaviors, and actions that have gotten you to where you are. Seal it in an envelope and put it somewhere that you’ll find later when you really need to hear those words.
After you write your letters, take a walk in your neighborhood and think about all the little things in your life you are grateful for.
Do you know someone who would enjoy these monthly kindness challenges?
Pastor Tony Evens Tells Us To Encourage Someone!
Ideas How To Be Kind To Someone!
- See how many acts of kindness you can do today!
- Send an email, card, or letter to someone just to let them know that you care.
- Show your appreciation to someone who helped you when you needed help recently.
- Tell your friend or family member you love them.
- Cheer up someone who is discouraged with a hug.
- Try to understand where another person is at with their emotions.
- Consider spending time with someone to encourage them and be with them.
- Share the truth of God’s word.
- Giving hope to someone that you know who needs it.
- Tell a joke to make them laugh.
- Make it a point to do nice things for everyone.
- Put others’ needs before your own.
- Some people are most encouraged when they receive a gift of service.
- Leave Post-it notes with words thoughtful words of gratitude and care.
- Remind one who is in a complicated relationship that God loves them with everlasting love.
- Love on those who have been a spiritual leader to you by sending her a card or note in the mail, asking that person to go out for breakfast or lunch, or you can kindly offer your time.
How Would You Like To Be Encouraged?
Then Do It To Others!
- Compliment someone at work or someone you meet during the day.
- A simple smile can make a friend or a stranger feel excellent inside for free.
- Take time to call someone you know who has been going through some hard times lately.
- Let someone know that you are thinking about them and praying for them also.
- Tell someone who you like their shirt, hat, or something they are wearing.
- Offer to take a friend out for a soda, a cup of coffee, or even lunch and catch up on life.
- Do something kind for either a friend or even a stranger.
- Make time to listen to someone who seems to be lonely or sad.
- Thank someone who has gone out of their way to help you in your life recently or in the past.
- Be patient with the clerk at the store by being extra cheerful to them.
- Look out for a co-worker. Everyone needs someone to be in their corner, to have their back.
- People are more blessed when you pray with them immediately, don’t just say I’ll pray for you.
- Listen to a young person and let them see that you value their ideas.
- Choose to live a life of character and integrity. It makes it easier for them to follow your example.
- Give someone special a gift handmade by you.
- Encourage a friend to put her hope in God.
How To Be Kind By Acts Of Kindness!
- Pick up the phone and take the time to listen and help someone who lives far away. Keep in mind not to do all the talking and let them talk more.
- Send a short note on Facebook or text message to a friend with a few encouraging words.
- Tell your Pastor, friend, boss, or someone else in your life that you appreciate them.
- Make the person you are talking about actually feel that you are entirely paying attention to them and genuinely care.
- Do you know someone who is having a hard time? Secretly send them a card or note every day for a week.
- Offer to watch a young couple’s children free them up to enjoy themselves and each other.
- People do not get letters in the mail too often anymore, so decide to write a letter to someone that could use an encouraging message.
- Catch a parent doing something positive in their parenting.
- Catch a child doing something in the act that their parents would make them happy.
- Be sure to have a couple of small gifts and birthday cards on hand to give someone, just to be prepared.
- Be quick to listen and slow to talk. Sometimes, the best encouragement is someone who is a good listener.
- Let your friends that you pray to know you pray for them regularly.
- Buy a small, thoughtful gift for someone that you know needs some encouragement.
- Always try to be encouraging to everyone you meet. You never know who is having a crisis kind of day.
- Many people are starving for human touch. Just a hand on the shoulder or contact that is appropriate can be very encouraging. For some, a hug could be life-changing.
How To Be Kind To Someone?
How To Be Kind By Sharing An Act Of Kindness?
- When talking to someone, keep in mind the other person and their situation, and don’t insist on talking about yourself.
- If your friend is grieving a loved one, encourage them to talk to the person and listen well.
- Give words of blessing. When we bless others, we release God’s grace on them.
- Put together a care package. A unique collection of items put together in a box of love and encouragement?
- Share neighborly kindness by baking them something or helping on a small project.
- Be an active, joyful person. We can only encourage, love, and bless others with what we already have available ourselves.
- Fill jelly jars with flowers picked from your garden. Drop by a nursing home with them and bless the residents there.
- Ask someone for information on something they love or are excellent at, and sit back and listen.
- Treat a co-worker or friend with something small now and then — something like a candy bar or their favorite coffee, etc.
- Give a sincere compliment to someone when you see the opportunity.
- Write down a Bible verse that meets the needs of your friend’s heart, and send it in the mail, or text it, or post it on their Facebook wall for encouragement.
- Do something nice for your pet or your friend or neighbors pet.
- Find a way to remember to pray for a friend. One gal who doesn’t get to see her friend has a pact with that friend to listen at night for the train whistles. It’s their signal to pray for each other.
- When we do acts of kindness, it has a powerful ripple effect on others in the area.
- Try to have a playful, light-hearted spirit with everyone you come in contact with.
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