I personally have witnessed two random acts of anger in the last two weeks which prompted me to think about how the situations could have been entirely different if someone had chosen the kinder road.
As a nation, we are stressed. This stress leads to health problems, relationship problems, and random acts of anger and hostility.
“Be nice and smile to everyone you meet. You don’t know what they are going through, and they may need that smile. And treasure it.”
~Christine M. Huppert
I can personally say that I feel MUCH better when I am nice to someone versus when I am short or angry with them. These random acts of hostility and anger are unfortunately CONTAGIOUS.
People on the receiving end become stressed and are much more likely to treat others with anger and hostility. I challenge each of you to practice random acts of kindness for the next 30 days and then let us know the result.
I bet that each of you who meet this challenge will feel less stressed, more happy, and more peaceful at the end of the month. Just check out this article for random acts of kindness and see more ideas and reasons why they can be good for you!
How do you feel about kindness Auston Grove? Could the random acts of anger be causing more stress in your life?