Points to Pon­der Be kind!

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Treat ev­ery­one with po­lite­ness, even those who are rude to you—not be­cause they are nice, but be­cause you are.— Au­thor un­known Life is short, but there is al­ways time for cour­tesy.— Ralph Waldo Emer­son (1803–1882) Get­ting money is not all a man's busi­ness: to cul­ti­vate kind­ness is a valu­able part of the busi­ness of life.— Sa­muel Johnson (1709–1784) To err on the side of kind­ness is sel­dom an er­ror.— Liz Arm­bruster How far that lit­tle can­dle throws his beams!

So shines a good deed in a naughty world. —Wil­liam Shake­speare (1564–1616) How beau­ti­ful a day can be When kind­ness touches it! —Ge­orge El­lis­ton (1883–1946) Kind­ness is the lan­guage which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.— Mark Twain (1835–1910) If you haven't any char­ity in your heart, you have the worst kind of heart trou­ble.— Bob Hope (1903–2003) Al­ways be a lit­tle kin­der than nec­es­sary.— James M. Bar­rie (1860–1937) I al­ways pre­fer to be­lieve the best of ev­ery­body, it saves so much trou­ble.— Rud­yard Ki­pling (1865–1936) A kind word heals, but a ma­li­cious word maims.— Rus­sian proverb Don't be your­self—be some­one a lit­tle nicer.— Mignon McLaugh­lin (1913–1983) Don't wait for peo­ple to be friendly, show them how.— Au­thor un­known There is no greater loan than a sym­pa­thetic ear.— Frank Tyger (1929–2011) When I was young, I ad­mired clever peo­ple. Now that I am old, I ad­mire kind peo­ple.— Abra­ham Joshua Heschel (1907–1972) By swal­low­ing evil words un­said, no one has ever harmed his stom­ach.— Win­ston Churchill (1874–1965) Too of­ten we un­der­es­ti­mate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a lis­ten­ing ear, an hon­est com­pli­ment, or the small­est act of car­ing, all of which have the po­ten­tial to turn a life around.— Leo Buscaglia (1924–1998) You can­not do a kind­ness too soon, for you never know how soon it will be too late.— Ralph Waldo Emer­son (1803–1882) A per­son who is nice to you, but rude to the waiter, is not a nice per­son.— Dave Barry (b. 1947) Be­gin­ning to­day, treat ev­ery­one you meet as if they were go­ing to be dead by mid­night. Ex­tend to them all the care, kind­ness, and un­der­stand­ing you can muster, and do it with no thought of any re­ward. Your life will never be the same again.— Og Mandino (1923– 1996)

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