Monday, April 26, 2010


When you give your kindness to someone, it's not gone -- it's invested.

We all need each other. No one can be successful by himself or herself. Sincere kindness builds relationships that enrich your life. Kindness and success go hand in hand.

Kindness doesn't mean that you should let people take advantage of you. Kindness doesn't mean that you should be indulgent or permissive.

In fact, many times the kindest thing you can do is to be firm with someone, out of concern for their well being; as in "Friends don't let friends drive drunk." Kindness is strength and confidence.

The kindness and respect you give will come back to you, greatly multiplied. The best thing you can do for yourself, is to show true, sincere kindness toward others.

- Ralph Marston

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