The Single Woman’s Dash of Sass: Compassion Is In Fashion
Quote of the Day:
“A person who is nice to you, but rude to the waiter, is not a nice person.” ~Dave Barry
The Single Woman Says:
Pay attention. A person’s walk speaks louder than their talk ever dared to. The Bible says, “Whatever you do unto the least of these, you do unto me.” I interpret that to mean that God is playing close attention to how you treat those people in life who are weaker, meeker, and less fortunate than you. You can’t profess to be a good, kind, loving person…yet never express good, kind, loving things. The way you treat those people who are in no position to help you, further you, or benefit you reveals the true state of your heart. Do you walk by the homeless person on the street without so much as a nod or a smile? Do you acknowledge the person who cleans the building you work in? Are you rude to waiters and waitresses, or do you tip poorly? Small, everyday acts of compassion are like a mirror, reflecting your TRUE character to the world. We see you. And your words are hollow if action doesn’t follow. Never underestimate the power of kindness. Pure, simple, unadulterated kindness. You CAN change the world if you are only willing to change YOUR world, one person at a time.