Kindness

Inclusive “inner” Consciousness for “outer” Change not to Google “answers”

This is an interesting video on the importance of doing the inner work in order to create outer change.  For if you do not go within you go without.  One state of being is about presence the other is about doing.   When you move from within you feel “in love” and… Continue reading

Rights and Responsibilities of Athena

Rights and responsibilities always are companions.  The image of Athena I saw in Athens. Fascinating.

 

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The goddess of wisdom, strategy, warfare, skill, justice, and crafts. 


Athena is the daughter of Zeus and Metis.
Zeus had fallen in love with Metis and chased her for days, then cornered her near a cliff… Continue reading

Why Are the Virtues of Humanity Important?

This is the definition of humanity by Wikipedia.  Refer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Humanity_%28virtue%29

 

Humanity is a virtue associated with basic ethics of altruism derived from the human condition.

Humanity differs from mere justice in that there is a level of altruism towards individuals included… Continue reading

Another Day in Paradise Or Is It?

This song reflects the expression of empathy for others.  How many times have we walked past those who have nothing.  We see others ignoring them and so we just follow.  I’ve lived and visited many cities.  I am never comfortable with homelessness.  I have been homeless, I have had moments… Continue reading

Why Not Random Acts of Kindness instead of Madness?

When we change the way we think, we change what we see and what we see will reflect us, always.  So if you think the world is mad, why not turn it around and make it kind.  You be the change you wish to see.  I’ve been a clown in my life… Continue reading

77,000 for act of kindness, why do we think violence is popular?

Note the article below. This is the first line.

A US school wrestler, 12, let another boy with cerebral palsy pin him to the mat and win.  The emphasis in the article is kindness.

Mohandas Gandhi

“The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.”

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