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Growing Kindness with Yeses

There are so many self-help books out there that teach people to say “no,” to draw boundaries, to claim their space, and stick with it. What if kindness resides in the “yeses” and not the “noes?” What if with each “yes,” we are showing others that we are willing to…

Amity

Loving Your Own Company

One thing we are constantly informed of is that humans are social beings and that being alone is one of the greatest afflictions we can endure. Mix that with the pressures that we all experience; reconciliation of self-identity, images of our best selves, and our desires to be moral, helpful…

Inspiration

THE PEARL OF GREAT PRICE!

Sometimes in life we discover a “pearl of great price” that was right before your eyes all the time, yet we were blind to it.  Some have this experience with their Catholic Faith; the treasure is either not seen or taken for granted.  As we rediscover our faith and learn…

Amity

World Kindness Day: Can We Build a Ritual of Being Good

an we go about with all the goodness of our being and just be plain nice to everyone around. Can we build a purpose and passion in life to be kind and loving. Do we miss opportunities of showing kindness because of the chaos in our life. Is kindness a…

Love

Defining Family

Family: According to Merriam-Webster dictionary, a family is, “the basic unit in society traditionally consisting of two parents rearing their children”, but there is also this definition, “any of various social units differing from but regarded as equivalent to the traditional family”. Based on those definitions, family could be anyone!…

Amity

I Challenge You!

Some people come into your life as a blessing. Some come into your life as lessons “What is your super power?” I jokingly asked my daughter Kaitlin one day. “My super power is kindness,” was her reply. I affirmed her with “Of course it is, Kaitlin!” She will…

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