Tag: #kindnessmatters

  • 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…

  • Every Wednesday

    Every Wednesday. Rain or shine. Cold or hot. The F to the B to the golf cart to a crew of “older adults“ Gathered with Jerry, our intrepid leader, to work… Pulling weeds, Raking leaves, Chipping away at icy walkways, Laying wood chips on weathered paths, Planting, clearing, protecting. Our beloved Central Park. This gift…


    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.

  • 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”

  • Least of These

    Although our world is not the best, any small steps will achieve perfectness. I really adore those who take their own time and be kind to those in need and make the neighborhood a better place. I remember watching a video and it was great that the person donated 200 dollars to a homeless man…

  • Helping Humanity Rise

    During Lent, many people choose to give something up, but no sacrifice we make could compare to what Christ has sacrificed for us. Our blog will share stories, poems, artwork, spoken word, music, etc.. about kindness, the backbone of helping humanity rise. Our stories this year will be from children, young adults, families, and all ages,…

  • Be Kind to One Another

    This year’s Lenten Blog theme is based on the book by Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, Just Help!  How to Build a Better World. Jesus asks us to be the light in this world.

  • Under God’s Umbrella

    Years ago, my Mom gave me a copy of Holly Gerth’s book, Under God’s Umbrella:  Gifts of Hope & Encouragement to Shelter Your Heart in Life’s Storms.  The book is available from Dayspring and other religious book stores. Holly shared this prayer: “Lord, my heart is in the midst of a storm right now.  Please help…