Focus on Kindness
As I write the last newsletter of 2019 I’ve managed to go the whole year without mentioning the ’B’ word, however, as the next few weeks will be dominated by a General Election, I thought we’d take a break from subjects. Kindness shouldn’t be reserved for the festive season - goodwill to all seems to be severely lacking in the World today so I’ve gathered together some examples and resources to help spread the word.
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Floods of Kindness
An example of people rallying to help each other in difficult times. The recent floods have devastated Fishlake near Doncaster and yet there’s a real community spirit here.
One Small Act
As a frequent visitor to Disneyland Paris I have the greatest respect for the people who work there, especially those who have to put costumes on. Here’s someone who’s kindness shows through the costume, spending time with a beautiful child with special needs.
What Do I Say?
Grief Awareness Week 2nd - 8th December
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30 Random Acts of Kindness for Primary School Children
I can't believe I found this little gem. This is a great poster for primary schools.
These trees are sprouting in schools across the Country - this is a wonderful idea to promote kindness in the young.
World Wide Web Kind
Who knew there was a kindness website? Well there is and it has resources for primary and secondary schools.
Funny Good Deed
Good deeds and kindness have a pay off for the person who needs help but also for the person helping - feeling good because we've helped someone is our reward.
If this rings true with you then I wish you as peaceful a December as possible and a Merry Christmas.
Enjoy the break.