What is one  way to improve your Emotional Intelligence?  Practice Kindness every way you can, every where you can.

Emotional Fitness Poster reminding you to Practice Kindness

As all the sages across all the ages and as today’s researchers know practicing kindness is the express lane to the good life.


Being kind to others matters, but you also need to be kind to you.  You alone know what you put up with, what silent suffering you endure, how hard some days you work just to keep putting one foot in front of the other, how often you turn from  cruelty and keep practicing kindness.   That is one way to be kind to you

Other ways to be kind to yourself?  Care carefully for your physical needs.  Indulge in healthy pleasures, be with people who care, be with beauty, be alone, and thank and praise your self.

Thank you for all you do. Like if you did; share if you think another will find this useful. That will be practicing kindness  for me and for you if not another.


This post was in response to the following  Word Press Daily Prompt: Your entire community — however you define that; your hometown, your neighborhood, your family, your colleagues — is guaranteed to read your blog tomorrow. Write the post you’d like them all to see.


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