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  • Writer's pictureLeon Logothetis

Kindness and Bravery

I want to take a moment to talk about kindness AND bravery.

Kindness is usually viewed as a soft or passive virtue, but as you well know, as a kindness ambassador, it can be a powerful agent of change. When we act kind, we inspire positivity that can spread throughout our communities and the world. Kindness can be as simple as a smile or a kind word, or it can manifest itself in larger acts of generosity or service.

Bravery, on the other hand, is frequently linked to physical strength or daring acts. True bravery, on the other hand, is often found in small acts of courage, such as standing up for what is right or reaching out to help someone in need.

Kindness and bravery can be a powerful, world changing combination. We have the power to make the world a more just and compassionate place when we act with kindness and bravery.

Here’s a few simple things you can do to use the power of kindness and bravery in your own life:

-Perform random acts of kindness: Take the time to do something nice for someone else, whether it's holding the door open for a stranger or bringing a cup of coffee to a coworker.

-Speak up for what is right: If you see someone being treated unfairly, speak up and stand up for them. This also means for yourself, you need to be brave enough to face who you truly are.

-Reach out to someone in need: If you know someone who is going through a difficult time, offer your support and assistance to them.

-Be kind to yourself: Remember to be compassionate and kind to yourself. Take care of yourself and don't be too hard on yourself. I’ve said this over and over again, yet people seem to forget this crucial step. We cannot give from an empty cup, trust me, I’ve tried!

We can make the world a better place for everyone by practising kindness and bravery.

So, what’s the kindness tip of the week? To go out into the world and be kind, brave and courageous today!

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