KINDNESS IS CONTAGIOUS Unforgettable Connections Built By Kindness
When I started writing this column, I was excited to hear from the people of Fargo-Moorhead. I had a hunch there were beautiful acts of kindness happening all around me, but I wasnt quite sure how t... Posted on 5/25/13 at 8:46 AM
DIVA CONNECTION: GIVE. CONNECT. RECEIVE. Mark Your Calendars for May 11
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FARGO - Everyone makes the choices they make for a reason.
You work at your job because you either love it or you need to get paid. You commit random acts of kindness because you want to make the world a better place or you hope karma will pay you back.
What would you die for? Is there anything or anyone on this earth that is that important to you? I can go through a laundry list of things I’m grateful for, but when it comes down to the nitty-gritty, there are three people for whom I would give my life.
My kids spend so much time at school that I often feel like their teachers have a better idea of their strengths and interests than I do.
In an effort to extinguish my mom guilt, every day I ask my kids three questions that give me a pretty good idea of how the day went.
I am privileged. Every night I get to go to sleep in a soft bed, and every morning I get to wake up in a warm house. I’m starting to understand that even though that is the normal for me, it is considered an incredible privilege by many in our community.
Every time I look at my kids, I wonder how they got so big so fast. I’ve started to cherish photos that made me want to scream when they were taken. You know, the ones with the goofy smile or the tongue sticking out at the camera? All of a sudden, my little people are becoming big people, and I’m so very grateful to have memories of those days forever captured in a picture.
“If the darkest hour comes before the light, where is the light? Where is the light? Where is the light?”
Those words are from the song “Ave Mary A” by Pink. I’ve listened to that song for years, and yet this week, I felt like I heard it for the first time.
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