I feel good when other people feel good. And one way I aim to inspire is simply through smiling. This little light of mine. I’m gonna let it shine. I’m challenging everyone to hand out more high-fives and generous, genuine smiles, sharing the light that each of us have inside. When we smile, we increase our life energy, our frequency of light, and literally brighten people’s day. Especially our own. Our smiles are our wings. They lift us up and give us an advantage over our fears, failures and forgetfulnesses. And – the smile is energetically connected to the heart. When we smile, we lift the lid on our heart, keeping it open for The Divine to give Her blessing, heal, and inspire us. Sound magical? It is! I believe this small, courteous, and courageous act can and will transform our world.
It doesn’t have to be a huge thing. For example, a heartfelt “how is it going” to a friend you know is dealing with something, and then really truly CARING about the answer, giving full eye contact as she shares, her feelings, her hopes, her concerns and confusion, and then knowing that you did well by letting her talk, just talk about what she’s going through. It feels really really good.
My husband and I were coming home from a trip to visit his parents, when we were rear ended at 77 miles per hour on the highway by an elderly man who had fallen asleep at the wheel. Amazingly, there were no injuries and no damage to the vehicles. If we hadn’t been there, the man would have gone off the road at about 80 miles an hour. This is an example of how we did good without even trying.
There are three ladies who work at my nearest gas station who always look neat and clean and have their hair and makeup beautifully done. Today I told them that I really appreciate that they make an effort to look so nice – because I know it does take an effort everyday. They were so thrilled and said that they didn’t think anyone noticed since no one ever said anything. That conversation made my day. I suspect they were pretty pleased too!
She is Georgett, she is 18 years old , actually she is leading a solidarity campaign benefit of a 11 month old baby named Matias, who suffers from terminal bone cancer, his family can’t afford treatment or cover the costs involved with a baby that age, i think Georgett should be recognized as a heroine for all her selfless work.
My mother and father-in-law are 88 and 89. EVERY WEEK (for years now) they go out and DELIVER, yes I said DELIVER, Meals on Wheels to at least 40 home bound people. Now almost every Sunday the cute couple and their young kids, who live next door, bring sunday dinner over to them. What good goes around comes around! (we sent a case of wine to the neighbors to thank them for looking out for our mom& dad )
It’s amazing all the good you can see when you are looking for it, rather than the bad!!! I helped a client out at work save a few more pennies, and she got so excited I thought she might cry. She looked at me and grinned and said, “YOU are awesome! No, really, if no one has told you this yet today, YOU are AWESOME!” I couldn’t help but smile for the rest of the day #Good4_JasonsTribe
Time ago, with a group of veterinarians and volunteers got together and went to the Santiago’s streets to assist dogs who are homeless, feed them, and often cure the wounds they may have, some more luck coming with us back home, finding a home that will give them lots of love and render all the attention to their needs, where they will have another life and be happy for those who are not so lucky, try to find foster homes until someone adopt them and make them part of their family, we care of our younger brothers, so much joy and love that they give us <3 .
# Good4_JasonsTribe me and friends spend the whole day giving some free lunches to homeless , and in the way we found lonely people walking on the beach was not in our plans, but we bought a bag of candy and sat down to share some great conversations with people we had never seen. If I help one person to have hope. I shall not live in vain