First, she offered a henna pencil, something that was home to her. She gave what was most precious.
There are reasons why she would be weary. She has accepted many apologies.
A science experiment and she has remembered the most objects. She takes her small prize, a magnifying glass.
He looks over at it, his fingertip touching the clear edge. She has accepted many apologies.
Five minutes pass, when he returns to his desk, the magnifying glass is sitting on its surface. She nods her head and pushes it towards his hand.
Kids create kindness effortlessly. They don’t see the color of skin. They don’t see inequality. They don’t see disability.
And they are willing to forgive, over and over again.
When you grow past seven the hand that extends slows.
The willingness to forgive hardens.
He longs for us to kneel every time, in love and in forgiveness.
To create Kindness each and every day.
How can you create kindness today?
What changes as we age that makes kindness more difficult?