“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around” – Leo Buscaglia
This speaks to me today on so many different levels. This past weekend I went to Greensboro to hang out with my dearest friend. We had an amazing talk that opened my eyes to so many things — and for today’s purpose, opened my eyes to truly knowing and believing what I am here on Earth for… to help people.
I don’t have much time to elaborate now, but I wanted to share this quote with you, whoever is reading this. Take a couple minutes every day to make a difference in someones life — even if you don’t realize that you are. Take a second to thank the cashier ringing up your groceries, tell them to kindly have a wonderful day. Help a struggling mother with children load her groceries. Hug your mom, your dad, your best friend, a co-worker. If you see someone wearing something you like, compliment them! ALL of these things are free and simple to do, they don’t take much time, and you will feel better, too.
And always wear a smile.