A Little More Kindness a Little Less Judgement

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A Little More Kindness a Little Less Judgement

We live in a world that is full of judgment. We are judged by our looks, our intelligence, our accomplishments, and even our character. It’s no wonder that we can be so quick to judge others. After all, we’ve been taught that it’s what makes us successful and popular. But what if we were to judge a little less and show a little more kindness?

More Kindness

Why Show More Kindness?

When we show kindness, we are sending the message that we care about others. We are saying that we want to see them happy and thriving. When we show kindness, we open the door for others to do the same. In fact, studies have shown that one act of kindness can lead to a domino effect of kindness being shown by others. So why not be the one to start the ripple effect of kindness today?

How to Show More Kindness

More Kindness

There are countless ways to show more kindness in your everyday life. Here are just a few ideas:

  • Pay it forward: Do something nice for someone with no expectation of anything in return. This could be buying someone’s coffee, picking up litter from the street, or even just smiling at someone who looks like they could use it. 
  • Send a card: Take the time to write out a thoughtful card or letter and send it to someone you care about, whether they live near or far away. 
  • Volunteer: Spend some time giving back to your community by volunteering at a local shelter, food bank, or senior center. Not only will you brighten someone’s day, but you’ll also feel good knowing you’ve made a difference. 
  • Listen: Sometimes all someone needs is for someone to lend a listening ear. Whether they’re going through a tough time or just need someone to talk to about their day, make sure you give them your undivided attention. 
  • Give compliments: It’s easy to focus on what’s wrong with people or situations, but try instead to look for the good and point it out when you see it. A sincere compliment can go a long way in making someone feel appreciated and valued. 
  • Be patient: Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses. So instead of getting frustrated with someone who isn’t meeting your expectations, try being patient and understanding while they work on improving. 
  • Say “thank you”: There’s nothing wrong with showing your appreciation for someone who has gone out of their way to help you. A simple “thank you” can mean the world to someone who was expecting nothing in return. 
  • Be respectful: Treat others how you would want to be treated yourself. This includes speaking kindly to them, listening to them without interrupting, and considering their feelings before taking any actions that could potentially hurt them emotionally or physically. 

The world can be a harsh place full of judgemental people. But what if we were all a little kinder? What if we showed more compassion and understanding? It might just make the world a better place for us all. So let’s start today by committing to being a little bit kinder!

Ashley Yeo 

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