Tag: #bekind

  • An Angel in the Snow

    April, 1971. I was in the U.S. Army, stationed at Fort Devens, Massachusetts, just outside Ayer (Pronounced “Aaayah! ), Massachusetts.  As a civilian I had been an actor, playwright and director, and now served as Director of the Fort Devens Playhouse. Being so close to New York City, I made frequent trips to see Theatre…

  • Choose Kindness

    This morning while I was entering the school building for the day I held the door for the parent that was entering the building.  She gave me a warm good morning and a thank you that made my day. But this was not the act of kindness that was the most important. I took the…

  • Out of the Dustbin

    What are we made of, made of? You are dust, and to dust you shall return – Genesis 3:9 ESV Ashes to ashes, dust to dust – Book of Common Prayer

  • Our Easter Offering and Housing Plus

    Jesus taught that “whatever you do for the least of these you do for me,” and “to whom much is given, much will be asked.” What does this mean for us as Women of Faith? Giving to Marble’s Easter Offering is a way to demonstrate what it means. It allows us to help those less…

  • Storytime Saturday

    One of my favorite activities in elementary school was storytime. Today, I share a storytime featuring the book, “Be Kind” by Pat Zietlow Miler. So find a place on the carpet or pull up a chair and enjoy this book.


    I learned important lessons during that time. Again, I was reminded of God’s faithfulness through the compassion and generosity of others… our healthcare workers. They were the light for my mother and for so many patients during the COVID-19 pandemic and continue to be to today.

  • Kindness to Strangers in Online Community

    Kindness is everywhere throughout our world though we may not realize it. Many do random acts of kindness to help others anywhere they are, including on popular streaming services. You will see random acts of kindness everywhere on social media.

  • Unconsciously and Unsolicited Kindness

    Always be humble and gentle. Be patient with each other, making allowance for each other’s faults because of your love. Ephesians 4:2

  • Hailing a Cab

    Hailing a cab in New York City can be challenging for any person, but for the elderly with walkers and cane, it can be nearly impossible.

  • Try a Little Kindness

    “Don’t walk around the down and out Lend a helping hand instead of doubt And the kindness that you show every day Will help someone along their way”