Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘nice’

In a day when tempers seem to flare more often and people seem to be less kind to others, it does not take much to make a difference in the day of someone you meet.

We hear on the news and social media the acts of rage, discrimination, meanness, lack of respect and overall disregard for other human beings.

We have racial discrimination, gay people are made to feel like they are hated, religious people are made fun of, atheist are made to feel like an enemy of Christianity and on and on it goes. Yet underneath all the labels are human beings who are loved by God and are to be loved by us.

My feeling is no matter what you think is right or wrong, whichever way you choose to live your life there is no reason to treat others with judgment and condemnation.

BeKind

Being respectful, kind and accepting of others does not mean we always agree. We can treat others with kindness and as equals and still stick with our individual beliefs. We do not have to force our views on others and try to make them see things our way.

Being nice to people can change their attitude and outlook for the day. Giving others a smile, respect, doing a simple act of kindness can touch someone who is frustrated, depressed or just losing hope in the whole human race.

Rather than always being against someone or trying to force your views and way of life on others, put aside your personal beliefs and treat others with kindness and respect. To me that is following the example of Jesus and a way of encouraging a fellow human being who can then pass it along to others.

Advertisements

Read Full Post »

Mindfump!

Mental health news, reviews and all things funny.

Divergence

A Journey Out of Funda-gelicalism

Altered Call

Taking the Triune God Out of the Box

Moving The Furniture

How to beat depression and anxiety

Pure Glory

The heavens are telling the glory of God; and the firmament proclaims His handiwork. Psalms 19:1

More Enigma Than Dogma

Relationships, Culture & Current Events

The Ekklesia Blog

Jesus-centered and gospel-focused, The Ekklesia Blog asks honest questions about the institutional church and religious/church tradition.

Called Out: Now What?

Now that you've come out of the Harlot Church System

Christy Lynne Wood

Looking for the real God

Uzzah's Fall

My trip to atheism

Comfort & Challenge

a positive charge every day

The Will to be Onesself

A search for authentic faith drawing from psychology, religion, philosophy and life

iamchrisgilmore.

in pursuit of reasonableness, thoughtfulness, & faithfulness.

Confessions of a Recovering Churchboy

What I bought before, I just can't sell

To the Saints Radio

...let us press on to maturity...

Christianity 201

Digging a little deeper each day

"For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved." Romans 10.13

hebrews1014.lp@gmail.com I don't have all of the answers to the mysteries of the bible, but I'm havin fun as God is teaching me. And I want to reflect the love of the Lord Jesus Christ to others, and to share the same hope with people that set me free from my guilt and shame. "Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: Casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you." 1 Peter 5:6,7

Un-Travesty.

Diplomacy is the remedy to Tyranny.

Intermission

Reflections in the midst of life.

A Grace Vagabond

Roamer, wanderer, nomad, vagabond; call me what you will

The Closet Atheist

At college, a Christian. At home, a Lutheran. At heart, an atheist.

hugely loved

"And immediately Jesus stretched out His hand and caught him, and said to him, “O you of little faith, why did you doubt?” - Matthew 14:31

The Wild Frontier

The Truth will set you free.

Emma Higgs

Ponderings on Christian spirituality, church, the messiness of life and the reality of hope

Melissa Pereira

Spoken truths, Unfiltered and Unplugged

%d bloggers like this: