Do you live in the kindest world? Do you wish you did? I do not but, I wish I did. As I write this I can't help but to think how unkind life really is.
Kindness is defined as the quality or state of being gentle or considerate. This doesn't assign a particular task to any particular person. It's pretty much up to everyones discretion. It doesn't even have to cost anything or be related to material objects of any kind.
Small consistent steps is what helps to keep on track. 30 days of focus on a area that needs improvement can't get worse, right? Your intentions have to be genuine and you can't be kind for gratification.
This book guides you on the journey of kindness through prompts, statistics and personal stories. With the book as an aid you are able to stay focused and on track when you feel like it's not working, feel defeat, or become discouraged. Why keep trying when it's not being reciprocated?
You know what's funny is over the course of 30 days of focusing your intentions on someone else you yourself become a better person. You learn to have patience and listen. To hear and understand a person's intentions before your own. You learn to see a scenario from another perspective.
This is a great book in the sense that it's informative and provide insight and motivation in a positive format. It's nice to know what to do, how to do it and why to do it!
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I received this book from Blogging for Books for this review.