Monday Mindfulness ~ April 13, 2020

Hello again, everyone – and a happy Monday Mindfulness to you all as well. I hope that you all enjoyed an Easter weekend filled with self-care, good cheer, and – of course – lots of chocolate. 

Let’s have a double – no, a quadruple! – feature this week, shall we? Here are two fresh thoughts for the moment, one from Anne Frank and another from Aesop. I’ve also snuck in a couple ‘oldies but goodies,’ meaning two previously featured quotes – one from Karen Salmansohn and another from Mark Twain. This week’s common thread: KINDNESS

Which quote speaks to you the most right now? Let me know below.

Anne Frank - You Can Always Give

Karen Salmansohn - Be the Reason

Mark Twain - Kindness is a Language

Aesop - Act of Kindness

3 Comments on “Monday Mindfulness ~ April 13, 2020

  1. Sometimes, I get to feeling that these times are surreal. It is easy, especially at my age, to feel as if I keep getting older while time stands still. But then I remind myself that every day is a lifetime. I do my best to live each and every day with loving kindness and courage. I try to put something positive into the universe.
    You do this, with great courage and resilience. The things you post help me along the way, and remind me to never lose faith in the good and positive things we can each choose to do, every day, and every lifetime. Thank you.

  2. “No act of kindness – however small – is ever wasted” – an important reminder. Thank you for this special quadruple feature this week!

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