We find kindness walking around in Bahirdar

We feel connected to other people and are more willing to work with them when they show us kindness. When we show kindness to others, we build trust and feel good about ourselves for being good people. We have witnessed a great deal of suffering and heartbreak in society at large. There were so many unnecessary deaths. So many losses and heartbreaks. It’s a typical reaction to want to isolate into your own safe space and defend yourself from all of that horror. The issue with everyone doing that is that we lose genuinely significant connections with our community and even with ourselves. It is not important how you feel to be kind. It concerns what you do. It’s extremely difficult to be kind to someone you don’t like. But if you choose the noble path, you can even surprise yourself. You must keep in mind that it is not about the other person, but rather about us and the person we decide to be at that particular time. Simple acts of kindness include smiling and saying hello to a cranky neighbor, refraining from disparaging a tough coworker, and choosing not to respond angrily when someone insults you. And even though it might seem unusual to you, being kind will probably make you feel better. You could even begin to recognize the good in others or discover the reasons behind their actions. What you choose not to do is just as important to kindness as what you do. It should go without saying that being polite means you avoid gossiping and don’t support bullies at work. Maybe you shouldn’t say that clever, caustic thing that would make someone feel bad. Stop and consider whether it is necessary or kind to do something if it appears cruel. Kindness involves both parties. Our relationship with friends, family, lovers, coworkers, and acquaintances is stronger as a result of this back and forth.

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