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16 November 2020
Words by Andy Smallman / Artwork by Fish Astronaut

For this week, I encourage you to employ one of the all-time basic kindness concepts and one of the major themes of childhood, sharing.

Typically, in childhood, this has to do with toys or supplies or food, all of which are fine things to share in the spirit of this theme. But also consider things you can share that may not be physical items, like your wisdom or knowledge.

Do not feel like you have to share anything "big." An important part of what we promote at Kind Living is to become familiar with doing what is sincere to YOU, not as a show for others.

Also, please consider telling someone else about what you do to complete this theme. In doing this, someone else will get to benefit from your action. And it's another form of sharing, right?

Bonus: Try using this theme to see how true sharing actually increases the amount we all have.

With connection & warmth,


Kind Living inspires people to both recognize
and engage in acts of ordinary kindness.

Copyright © 2020 Andy Smallman, All rights reserved.

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