Tag: #kindnessmatters

  • Kind

    One of a kind – I hope there’s more.You can be the one and only,but, imagine if there were four.Four of a kind is swell in a game of pokerAnd if you hurry and depart that match,you’ll be a little bit less broker. When you consider ‘my kind’ or yours,you can be more, or less, […]

  • All Around

    Kindness is all around It never fails to astound People come together We create a world of good forever Donations and funds for good To help the good be understood Demolish evil and bring peace So the love all around will never cease -Dinah S., age 11

  • Thank You

    Today I said thank you a lot. People like it when you say thank you because you are actually acknowledging that they are doing something nice to you, and that makes them feel really good.  God is love and you’re doing something that’s loving and kind. You are building a better community and that’s exactly […]

  • The Many Lenses of Kindness

    Kindness from the literal to the transformational in the … Dictionary Kind-ness /kīn(d)nǝs/ Noun.             The quality of being friendly, generous and considerate             “he thanked them for their kindness and support” Bible as we’ve read in the Advent Blog People we’ve met in the Advent Blog Marble Easter Offering Since 1968, Marble Collegiate Church […]

  • Some thoughts on kindness…

    Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen. And do not grieve the Holy Spirit of God, with whom you were sealed for the day of redemption. Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, brawling and slander, along […]

  • 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 […]

  • 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.

  • An Outing

    Small acts of kindness warm the heart.  A nonagenarianhas attended our church for many years. She no longer drives,but two young congregants bring her to Sunday services.Some Sundays their son is involved sports’ games after church.They take her along and she becomes a fan in the stands.Her Sunday is enhanced by their gift of time […]

  • Kindness is all Around

    We are often wrapped up in our thoughts when small acts of kindness surround us.  When I am blessed with these moments, they remind me that we inherently have good hearts that try to help the world be a better place.  It gives me the courage to do the same, despite the current environment that […]