Unexpected Gestures of Compassion

Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible. — Dalai Lama

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Good News of the Day:
“Through some incredible good luck no one was seriously hurt but the experience was very frightening. There was so much smoke that my first thought was to just get out of my car as fast as I could. I could hear the children from the car behind me screaming and crying as I was trying to claw my way out of my car. When I got out, I could see their mum was frantically trying to comfort her shaking crying children and move them away from the smoking cars at the same time. I kept thinking ‘Oh my God, these children are so young,’ and I felt so bad about colliding with them. I thought that the parents would probably be so angry and upset at me. But instead of being angry the mum simply said to me ‘Come here. You need to join in our hug.'” So begins a real world story of true kindness.
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Be The Change:
The next time someone makes a mistake, try surprising them with forgiveness and kindness.

**Share A Reflection**
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