A Manifesto for Making Kindness a Daily Habit by Alex Blackwell

Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the and the blind can see. – Mark Twain

It’s time to make kindness a daily habit!

The 31 Days of Kindnessproject begins on Tuesday, March 1. Along with the kind acts that are waiting to be performed, the project needs one more important component – you!

So, will you join me in making kindness a daily habit?

The goal of the month-long project is to encourage people to perform one act of kindness daily. Hopefully, kindness will become a habit that is sustained beyond the 31 days.

To help you get started and to find inspirational ideas for showing kindness, please download your free copy of A Manifesto for Making Kindness a Daily Habit. The manifesto’s contributors are among some of the kindness and most talented bloggers in the blogosphere. Each blogger contributed thoughtful, simple and easy-to-do ideas. There are 132 suggestions in all.

A daily scan of A Manifesto for Making Kindness a Daily Habit will inspire you to share your kindness everyday – all month long – and perhaps longer.

Some of the ideas include:

  • Anticipating someone’s needs and meeting them.
  • Who can you give five minutes of your time to
  • Pay compliments to five strangers
  • Extend thank yous whenever someone does something for you.
  • Let someone through in traffic.
  • Take a deep breath before you say things you might regret.
  • Donate your unwanted clothes, books and other items to charity.
  • Ask yourself “how can I be of service?”

http://www.thebridgemaker.com/a-manifesto-for-making-kindness-a-daily-habit/

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