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Greetings and welcome!♥I've always felt a deep admiration for Princess Diana. I've watched a number of documentaries centered around her and her life. For a person to be looking for "true" Love and never really being able to truly know and feel it herself, still she gave with sincerity and heart as though she Loved based on experience, like she knew what it felt like. When she lost her life, the world suffered a tremendous loss. May she always RIP, knowing how Loved she truly was and still is.♥ PNG url:... read more »


Greetings and welcome!♥Applying a little humour with a message can sometimes be more productive than from using a more serious approach.♥ PNG url:"Take it from me, a frog,Make note in your log.Honey attracts more flies than vinegar ever will,Unless you want the flies who like vinegar and dill!"💟 Have a wonderful day! 💟Qu...d read more »

Driving Miss Crazy

Originally posted on A Year of Living Kindly: “Americans will put up with anything provided it doesnt block traffic.” (Dan Rather)  Over the last few years of exploring kindness, writing about it, and occasionally talking about it, one of the read more »

Words Matter

Here is another excellent piece from the maven of kindness, Donna Cameron. Her entire blog is filled with such wonderful thoughts, expressed so well, that I cant say enough about it. Go! Read! “Kind words can be short and easy Continue reading read more »

A Gift From Australia

Hello Beauties, When I woke up this morning I didn't realise I would be writing this post but I woke up to a surprise package in my letterbox they are always the best kind of surprises aren't they? I was planning on writing about the last couple of Products that I got when I went to Sephora which I will write about in my next post.My best friend lives in Australia and loves make-up and beauty as much as I do and I can remember talking to her a long time ago about the brand Australis which I have just wan... read more »

Why Values and Morals are Important: Part 4 by ...

Why Values and Morals are Important Part 4 By  Vicki Hinze    NOTE: This is Part 4 of a 6-part series of posts. If you haven’t yet read Part 1, Part 2, or Part 3, you can read them now: Continue reading read more »

Recycled Kindness Cards{{Let's Play Link Party}}

I just saw this link party yesterday on Caroyln Dube's instagram, and immediately knew I wanted to get in on it, and also what I wanted to use! In 2016 I want to spread kindness, and what better way then little cards with cheerful colors and little uplifting messages! **Bonus kindness for recycling too! You know those pesky subscription cards in magazines that nobody uses?! I decided it was time to put them to good use!!!! I coated both sides with some white paint (or gesso), then let it to dry. Beca... read more »

10 Excellent Blog Posts Seen Recently

As I am participating in the Write Non-Fiction in November (WNFIN) challenge (also known as National Non-Fiction Writing Month or NaNonFiWriMo), my time for reblogging is short this month. Even so, I keep running across some really interesting, well-written, and/or Continue reading read more »

Practice, Purpose & Beauty

Practice random kindness and senseless acts of beauty How many times have I seen that? Thought about it? I understand what folks are saying but it leaves so much up to happenstance. Serendipity. (Many years ago I taught on a response to that from the side of a believer, one empowered by grace and infused Continue reading Practice, Purpose Beauty read more »

Best Recent Articles on My Favorite Blogs

What with one thing and another, I have gotten behind on reblogging the wonderful, uplifting, inspiring, funny, and/or educational posts seen recently on my favorite blogs. Rather than bombard my readers with a slew of them all at once, I have decided to give you a recap of just some of the best blog posts More Best Recent Articles on My FavoriteBlogs read more »

Why We Can’t Afford to Mistake Kindness as Weak...

WHY WE CAN’T AFFORD TO MISTAKE KINDNESS FOR WEAKNESS ANYMORE   By   Vicki Hinze     We’re weary of people who do not say what they mean and mean what they say. We want truth and honesty. We don’t want belligerence. We don’t want rude. And we don’t want weak people manipulating us by [] read more »

Brace Yourself for an Epidemic of Bad Behavior

Originally posted on A Year of Living Kindly:“Let us learn to live with kindness, to love everyone, even when they do not love us.” (Pope Francis) Wallace Falls State Park, Aug. 2015 It’s going to be a long 14 months until our next presidential election. Many other countries have very different approaches to their elections: read more »


Greetings everyone, from Artsieladie! ♥ We each an artist are with a canvas of our ownOn which we paint our life, work to be shown.The paint we choose to use with every brush strokeDetermines who we are and what kind of folk. ♥ "Paint With Love"Your world Paint With Love Using every colour and hue And your canvas of life Will make a happy you. Dip your brush in kindness And spread it generously. Paint with compassion And forgiveness vividly. Apply consideration When going for unique. This will add piz... read more »

Be Ye Kind

Once upon a time I had an English teacher who criticized the class for using the word nice. She felt we needed to be more creative, that the word was overused. Most of the class members could not have cared less, but being a lover of English I remember that specific word all these years [] read more »

How Has Your Garden Grown?

In early 2009 I wrote this. Why recycle things? Because some times our revisit of history reveals things. At least it does for me. It may show me “son, this is not the first time I have talked to you about this.” Or it may show that things happened the way I or others saw Continue reading How Has Your Garden Grown? read more »

The Depth Of Our Love

Too often we hear people talk of whether or not something has value. The slightest thing has the potential for polarization. I have long ago come to the conclusion that value is found in Jesus. And what He holds to be valuable is what has value and value that remains. I wrote yesterday that I Continue reading The Depth Of Our Love read more »

Quote of The Week!

I've decided that every Saturday I will post and illustrate some of my favorite quotesThis week's quote is by a personal hero of mine, she is none other than the beautiful and awe inspiring Mother Teresa“Let no one ever come to you without leaving better and happier. Be the living expression of God's kindness: kindness in your face, kindness in your eyes, kindness in your smile.”―Mother Teresa Wouldn't it be wonderful if this was the way everybody lived? The world would be such a better place I have... read more »


To err is human; to forgive is divine. … Allexander Pope You must forgive those who transgress against you before you can look to forgiveness from above. ….Talmud Forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us. … The Lord’s Prayer Life is short and we have not too much time for gladdening the hearts of those who are travelling the dark way with us. Oh, be swift to love! Make haste to be kind! … Henri F. Amiel Life is too short to be little. … Benjamin Disraeli T... read more »

Playground Parents Misbehave

Remember when playgrounds used to be fun? I came from a generation that had one simple rule to follow whenever we played outside: be home by dinner. The playground could keep us busy from The post Playground Parents Misbehave appeared first on Mom Tattles. read more »

spreading #kindness all over the #world! #proud...

spreading #kindness all over the #world! #proud #filipina #congratulations #mw2013 #philippines truly a home of #beauty and #brains :) read more »

Being Kind

Among the many things that I truly admire about my Dad is that he is a very kind person. He tries his best to help out others as much as he can. Though I try to be kind to others as well, my Dad is a tough act to follow. Today, my Dad went with my stepmother and I to the dentist's office. My stepmother needed to have a tooth extracted. With us was an old lady who is a good friend to my Dad and stepmother since their childhood. I fondly call her Bhua (meaning paternal aunt). Bhua helping my stepmot... read more »

Acts of Kindness

I remember that movie Pay It Forward. It had Haley Joel Osment playing the role of a young boy, Trevor, who decided to take a school assignment very seriously. The assignment was to think of something that could change the world and how to make it happen. Trevor came up with an idea that when someone does a person a favor, it is not to be paid back but paid forward -- good deeds are not to be paid back by a return favor but will be paid back by doing a good deed for each of three new people. Can you ima... read more »

Something to Smile About: adventures after the ...

I would be lying if I told you that enjoyed dragging my fat ass from Katipunan to McKinley Hill on a Friday afternoon.I left at around 3:30pm and after three jeepney rides, one train ride and plenty of walks in between (I had the stupid notion of bringing my laptop which was heavy and which I wasn't able to use anyway), I finally arrived at around 5-5:30.The event was fantastic. I got to introduce Bearwin Meily, right smack on the moment when he decided to walk in to the loo. Impeccable timing from your'... read more »

12 Days of Christmas Kindness

Filed under: Graphics, Holidays, Movements Tagged: Christmas, Graphics, holiday, ideas, Inspiration, kind, kindness, nice read more »

What did I learn from her?

What did I learn from her? 1. I learned, although,she didn't give me life,that I was still her daughter. She told me this many times. 2. I learned that when a single woman asks to borrow your husband, to help with a household project that she just can't seem to do herself, to allow your husband to be neighborly once, but the second time she asks, to borrow his services,give her a firm,no. 3. I learned to use the top half of the phone and less of the bottomhalf of the phone. Listening is admirable.... read more »

Random Acts of Kindness

With all of the negative news we hear these days including shootings, stabbings, robberies, car accidents, fraud, etc., its nice to read about some of the good things that are happening in life.  There really are kind people out there that go above and beyond to help someone else in their time of need. The [...] read more »

Lucado's You Changed My Life Review & A Story o...

Hey gang!Kay Booth was my senior English teacher. As a beautiful, young woman in her early thirties at the time, I remember some of the guys in my senior class that were swearing that Van Halen’s “Hot for Teacher” was made for her. There was a mind behind that beautiful exterior. As I finished my junior year barely passing English, eyes went up in the administration almost immediately wondering why I ever would consider taking college English. I wasn’t the only one. My best friend, Kevin, got an opportun... read more »

Mystery Friend Friday :: Meet Children's Author...

.: Meet Children's Author, Amy Krouse Rosenthal :. I became a HUGE fan of Ms. Rosenthal this past Januaryafter reading her book on motherhood, The Mother's Guide to the Meaning of Life: What Being a Mom Has Taught Me About Resiliency, Guilt, Acceptance, and Love (Guides to the Meaning of Life). I could hardly put it down! It was full of laughter, wisdom, and acceptance, which are all reflections of this incredibly talented author as a person. She is not only super-creative, but she is a true humanitar... read more »

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