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A difficult year soon to forget and a Kindness Calendar

2020 has been a difficult year in so many ways.

This year many have suffered with uncertainty, anxiety, isolation and challenges with their financial situation, health or relationships.

Though we had not many opportunities to meet friends in real life, luckily we had the cool media tools like Zoom, Hangouts, Jitsi meet, Meets, Messenger and FaceTime to have some virtual contact and be some balsam against loneliness. Many did not see directly a solution for their bad feelings and how to continue. They should know they were and are not forgotten.

One thing that can hold us together and help us get through is kindness. Although we can’t change our situation, we can choose to respond to others (and ourselves) with kindness. And when we’re kind, everything goes better. We help others, we help ourselves and we encourage others to be kinder too.

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Do you know there exists a Kindness Calendar?

The Do Good December calendar is full of ideas to help you help others. It’s the advent calendar we need in 2020! Please share the calendar with others

December 2020 small

Here’s how you can get involved and make a difference:

This month’s theme is based on Giving: Do things for others which is one of the Ten Keys to Happier Living >> Find out more about the Ten Keys.

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Uncertainty and limitations


“Uncertainty is referred to as the only certainty,
but it is more essentially the bag of unlimited possibilities you refuse to surrender to any given limitation.”
– Amy Larson,
Do just once what others say you cannot do,
and you will never pay attention to their limitations again.
James Cook
Limitations live only in our minds.
But if we use our imaginations, our possibilities become endless.
– Jamie Paolinetti
“When you chase a dream, you learn about yourself.
You learn your capabilities and limitations,
and the value of hard work and persistence.”
Nicholas Sparks

James Cook, by John Webber (died 1793). See so...

James Cook, by John Webber (died 1793). – National Portrait Gallery, London (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Preceding articles

Go outside. Let the world in.

Are you right down in the dumps? Stop digging!

Tolerance Ends When There Is No Tolerance Shown Towards Us

Stabbed victim parent’s hope for less hatred and more tolerance

See the conquest and believe that we can gain the victory

May we have doubts

What would you do if…? Continued trial

Love and forgive this Friday

Dissolve The Barriers You Created

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Shadows

Is the shadow haunting me or am I making the shadow go in to the dark, becoming nothingness?

 

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