Human Kindness // a little goes a long way

When time seems to be flying by, each and everyday, I wake up and am thankful for each day I have. I say my prayers, have my coffee and my brain is overwhelmed with all the negative and corrupt media I continue to see. It’s a wonder anyone can stay in a positive mind set with all the crap (excuse me) that you read in all the outlets supplied to us these days. What happened to the good old days when we could read about how a person who took the time out of their day to help an elderly lady across the street or stop when a person is broke down on the side of the road. As opposed to my latest experience going through the bank line and the lady sitting in the window never to acknowledge me until I said, “Hello I hope you’re having a great day. Can you please help me.” Geezer, what has happen that we can’t even have human kindness in such a world of hate — yes I said hate.

As I have survived death, I have continued praying that God would show me the purpose of my life and what it is I’m supposed to be doing with it. This has truly weighed heavy on my heart and has been the most frustrating question I have had to try and answer. When you die and God sends you back because it’s not your time you can imagine how confusing and emotionally draining that could be. Well, most of you probably don’t know what it’s like and lucky for you, but we all have a chance in this life of so much uncertainty and sadness to know that we all can have a voice and can make a difference while we are still here on this earth.  Speak your voice, scream if you have to. Let people know that they are valued and loved. Fight back, and know that you matter in such a significant way. Don’t let the haters pull you down and instead let your little light shine bright. It’s your God given right to speak out and fight for what is right and wrong in this life and let your voice be heard.

As I continue my journey I will always know that whatever happens through these experiences I have had good or bad I will forever keep my convictions of what I believe is good and humane. Being let’s say 50 something…I have learned and experienced so much. I can’t wait to share my life’s journey with each of you in hopes that I can make a difference and share my truth because life is hard and none of us are perfect but deep in each of us we can care and be compassionate for our fellowman.

Inspire others with your human kindness and believe that all of us can make a difference in making this world a better place. I have found my voice. I hope you will find yours. Would love to hear from you. Follow me on my blog at May you have love and peace in your heart’s.


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