In a world that seems to bring more and more division every day, how do we connect with other people in a deep, human way? Kay Wyma takes us into her story of how seemingly small acts of kindness, thankfulness and mercy have made all the difference for her and her family.
There are so many ways you can practice kindness that are outward acts of kindness. And then you’ll start to realize kindness is picking up the laundry for somebody that I’m frustrated with, you know, that they could have done it themselves.There are kindness opportunities everywhere. Be kind to yourself for Pete’s sake. At least one day a week. Actively do something kind for yourself.
Learn about what Kay calls a “Soul 30” and her new book The Peace Project. I love that this isn’t another thing for your to do list, it is more about HOW you do the things on your list. And when we practice kindness, thankfulness and mercy we can’t help reflecting the goodness of God to a world that needs it more than ever.
Connect with Kay Wyma:
- Website: kaywyma.com
- Facebook: facebook.com/kaywillswyma
- Instagram: @kaywyma
- BOOK: The Peace Project: A 30-Day Experiment Practicing Thankfulness, Kindness, and Mercy
- Pre-order the book to get the Peace Project App (Soul 30 Journal)
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I told my children yesterday that I feel as though someone put me on a galloping horse and I can’t get off. Hearing this gave me a sense once again that my days are not out of control. God controls my days and I get to look for beauty. Thank you for sharing these learned truths!