How do we define kindness?
According to the dictionary, the quality of being kind involves a “sympathetic and a helpful nature.” The very act of kindness means we exhibit sympathy and couple it with actions that provide assistance, to the betterment of the quality of life to someone else.
It sounds simple. Why then is it so hard? Why is it especially difficult when the one we’re trying to show kindness to is ourselves?
The aspect of kindness is twofold:
1. There isn’t a person in the entire world who isn’t capable of kindness
2. Kindness has a way of turning around and reflecting back on the giver
With these facts in mind, it’s a wonder more people aren’t kind. After all, if kindness truly matters, shouldn’t we all be more compassionate to others…and to ourselves automatically?
In this package, we’re going to look at the nature of kindness. We’ll examine how kindness helps us and others in our daily life. Then, as you start to feel the rekindling of kindness within your heart, you’ll discover lots of tips on how to add more kindness into your day.
The idea of unconditional love sounds wonderful.
We all want to be loved without reservations or conditions. However, it’s not easy to love unconditionally. It’s certainly easier to be on the receiving end of unconditional love, but it’s not fair to expect to receive what you’re not willing or able to give.
Unconditional love is love without limitations or conditions. That sounds great, but what does it really mean?
There are no hard and fast rules when it comes to unconditional love. What it means to one person can vary greatly from the opinions of another. It’s your life, and your love to give.
This eBook will help you create your own definition of unconditional love, and develop the confidence to share it.