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We can’t just choose to be happy, but we can choose to be kind to ourselves when we’re sad. Pain passes more quickly when we don’t berate ourselves for feeling it.

The best way to cheer yourself up is to try to cheer someone else up.

Be there. Be open. Be honest. Be kind. Be willing to listen, understand, accept, support, and forgive. This is what it means to love.

Be kind. Be thoughtful. Be genuine. But most of all, be thankful.

Always try to leave people better than you found them. Hug the hurt. Kiss the broken. Befriend the lost. Love the lonely.

A little more kindness. A little less judgment.

Be kind because you will never know how much the person beside you is suffering.

We don’t have to agree on anything to be kind to one another.

Leave footprints of kindness wherever you go.

The first rule of kindness is to be kind to yourself.

Be good to people for no reason.

 You can be a good person with a kind heart and still say no.

Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people.

You can never know how many lives you’ve touched, so just know it’s far more than you think. Even the tiniest acts of love, kindness, and compassion can have a massive ripple effect. You have made the world a better place, even if it doesn’t seem like.

Be the reason someone believes in the goodness of people.

You will never speak to anyone more than you speak to yourself in your head. Be kind to yourself.

If you can lie down at night knowing in your heart that you made someone’s day just a little bit better, you know you had a good day.

We are all capable of helping and hurting. We are all giving at times and selfish at others. Every last one of us has the potential for darkness and light. So forgive others, forgive yourself, look for light in the world, and shine your own. And never forget that people can grow and change. Never stop believing in the healing power of love and kindness. And most importantly, never stop believing in yourself.

Never define yourself by your relationship status, your income, or your looks. It’s your generosity, kindness, and compassion that counts.

The world isn’t filled with ‘haters’ and ‘toxic people.’ It’s filled with people who are hurting and trying, ineffectively, to give themselves some relief. So distance yourself if you must, but try to do it with empathy, not judgment. The only cure for ‘haters’ is love, so try to show them more kindness than they showed you. This is how we can slowly make the world a more loving place.

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