I think simplicity is the key to happiness, boiling it down to what is truly important. A smile, some sun and a bit of laughter always make my day simpler.
Amen, XXX, Carmie.
I couldn't agree more. My son wanted to sit and chat with me the other day. He's 16 years old so he has a hundred other things he could do. We had a nice chat and it made my day.
I love doing small kindnesses -- like holding a door open for someone or just waving or smiling. You're right: simplicity rules.
You're so right. A small act of kindness means a lot.
It is as simple as that. I like to give a friendly smile to an unnknown friend because I never know what kind of day that person is having. xoxo
Yes, indeed. Thank you for reminding us of what's really important.
Simple is good.
I am working pretty hard to incorporate more visual simplicity in my life. It takes time, though -- after all, the clutter of everyday living is ubiquitous.
So wonderfully expressed...and I very much feel the same way.
True, life would be so much simpler with everyone not being afraid of being nice.
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Amen...and thank you...
I am aR.N. and work with the indigent....I wish I could tell you how much these simple things mean to them...and also when they return these small things to me...it is a pleasure and an privledge to do this work...I keep going even at 68 yrs...it is beyond rewarding....so again let me say...we must share these simple human acts with everyone
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