The main message I'm trying to get across is that it doesn't have to be the Holiday season to be thankful or to be benevolent and kind. Not everyone is warranting of being treated with kindness or with charitable acts, but at least try to make yourself a better person by being kind and benevolent to others. You don't need Thanksgiving, Christmas, or any other holiday to be reminded of any acts of kindness. Kindness and benevolence are to be enjoyed and practiced every day of the year. Our society is too negative to where we almost need to be reminded that chivalry and kindness still exist in this world even in the wake of some of the most depressing and disgusting acts committed by others. We almost need to be reminded people still care. Let's try making a difference in others' lives instead of always seeing certain people as threats that must be defeated as soon as possible. We can make society better one kind and respectful act at a time. You don't have to be any sort of crusader or be part of some group to enhance the lives of others. Simply saying hello to someone or complimenting one's looks is enough to draw a smile to most people and make them feel appreciated. Just remember to be sincere and respectful as you offer your kindness to others. That, more than anything, is most important in trying to enhance your image and feel respectful.
So enjoy Thanksgiving and Christmas. Just remember- why do you need these two holidays to be kind and benevolent when kindness and benevolence can be (and should be) an all-year, every day concept? Just a thought. Just saying...
In Case You're Wondering...The first three sentences were taken from an actual post I made to the Wall of my Facebook profile page. I simply took those three sentences and expanded upon my thoughts. So this post is basically a continuation of something I posted on Facebook. I have more special things to post about online than come up with Internet memes or whatever.
That is it for another blog post of mine. Here's a question I have for you if you want to discuss this topic or something:
Why do you think some people only seem to be kind and benevolent only because it is Thanksgiving and/or Christmas? What do you think about kindness and benevolence being an all-year, every day concept rather than only this be focused on around Holiday season?
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