Do you know this man and his wife? He took a risk that threatened his life and it was against great odds, but he did it, and it worked.
EMOTIONAL FITNESS THOUGHTS AND TIPS
Sugihara not only knew what mattered, he acted on what mattered. I doubt that I could have done as he did. I doubt that many of you could. Everyone of us does the best we can with what we are given. Sometimes the best is heroic; sometimes evil; and most of the time in between good and evil.
That given, most of us are capable of doing more good, particularly when we remember what matters . This Poster Coach speaks to that:
The way to put what matters into action is by practicing kindness every where you can, when you can and as often as you can. This Poster Coach speaks to that:
As always thinking about what matters matters. Not only does practicing kindness matter to the world, but to you; kindness is a circle, always coming back to bless the kind. Much is made of Random Acts of Kindness; Deliberate Kindness makes kindness a habit that nourishes you daily, and is good for all.
Finally, as always thank you for all you do to support my efforts to make a difference by liking, commenting or sharing this post. You are practicing kindness.
This WordPress Daily Prompt: Against All Odds inspired this post: Tell us about a situation where you’d hoped against all hope, where the odds were completely stacked against you, yet you triumphed. Be sure to describe your situation in full detail. Tell us all about your triumph in all its glory.
I suffer from dysgraphia, it is a little known learning disability that makes getting the thoughts from your brain to a piece of paper in a recognizable form difficult. I confuse words, misspell common words, and violate grammar and punctuation rules constantly.
Given that my father was a news reporter, and wannabe writer, I wanted to be the same. I’ve done that and it has not been easy, nor have I had the great success I aspired to even though I did appear on Oprah. I do think, however, both my parent’s teaching and empathy for the less-abled, related to my disability, Both giftshas lead to a deep-seated desireto be kind.
Deliberate Kindness is one of my daily practices. Deliberate Kindness has given me more contentment than success as a writer would have. Not that I would mind more success and still seek it, but practicing as much kindness as I can is a daily goal and much easier than writing.