We want to believe that the world is always improving. As we upgrade to the latest phone and make new discoveries in science, we hope that we are also evolving as people and becoming wiser as a society. But, the reality is that this is not always true. Alarmingly, it seems that there is a new trend against kindness throughout the world, as it promotes division rather than tolerance and acceptance. So, there is no better time to push the message that we all need to make kindness a priority. Put some good out into the world today and every day.
Studies have shown that being kind can actually have a positive effect on your overall health and wellbeing. For example, in 2016, a study from Oxford University reported a significant improvement in people’s subjective wellbeing after acts of kindness. Moreover, evidence has shown that being kind can release endorphins, calm aggression, and can even strengthen our immune system. (Oxford University)
Kindness is an important life skill that we start to develop at a young age. However, we are often led to believe that kindness can only be an action we do for others; thus failing to acknowledge the importance of being kind to ourselves. Evidence continuously shows self-deprecating negative self-talk can limit a person’s ability to achieve and efforts in addressing our inner dialogue have been associated with significantly positive outcomes. (Science Direct)
Question: What is the kindest thing anyone has ever done for you?
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