Small Act of Kindness Hidden in Your Home
When you think of the acts of kindness, do you tend to think of a bigger picture that is overwhelming that you feel you can’t contribute? The troubles of the world like hunger, poverty or politics can be so overwhelming that you might feel what can do? We know we can’t solve the world’s problems, but you can do something today wherever you are, and in the home. Items, crafts, and the simple act of sending someone an encouraging note just takes time. You know what else it can do? It can help bolster health. The acts of doing something good releases a hormone called oxytocin. This helps reduce blood pressure, and relieves anxiety! This is a win-win for all of us. So, let's a take a look at what we can do, starting with what we have access to in the home no matter who you are. “How lovely that everyone, great and small, can make a contribution toward introducing justice straightaway. And you can always, always give something, even if it is only kindness,” Anne Frank shared.