Kindness is a behavior marked by ethical characteristics, a pleasant disposition, and concern for others. Kindness is a virtue not everybody possess, only the wise understands the mystery behind the act.
Kindness is one thing we all have the ability to share. It’s free, it feels great, and it’s within our control. So, why is it so difficult to be kind at times? How can we become less judgmental of others and ourselves? We tend to only see what we want to see, hear what we want to hear, and surround ourselves with people who share our own experiences and tastes.
A kind-hearted Indian man in the video below visited a restaurant to eat, but before he entered he saw a less privileged mother and her two kids begging for alms. Well, he just entered and ordered for his food, suddenly he looked through the window and saw the woman and her 2 kids looking so hungry. He had compassion on them, went out and brought them into the restaurant, he then ordered for their foods and they ate hungrily as expected. The cashier later brought the man’s bill for the food and guess what…….oh my, it was free!! It pays to be kind, you definitely have a reward for it sooner or later.
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