"Helping others, encouraging others, are often acts of being kind that have more meaning that you may realize."
"Always be kinder than necessary."
Sir James Matthew Barrie
"Three things in human life are important.
The first is to be kind.
The second is to be kind.
And the third is to be kind."
"Do more than be fair: be kind."
William Arthur Ward
"Today I bent the truth to be kind, and I have no regret, for I am far surer of what is kind than I am of what is true."
"He who sees a need and waits to be asked for help is as unkind as if he had refused it."
"We all need to experience kindness in our own lives as well. And, this kindness simply means that we need to be appreciated at times even though we may expect it each and every time we do something for someone else or do a good deed. It doesn’t mean, though, that anyone does not require a simple recognition or a little thank you. "
Byron Pulsifer, Kindness Does Not Fade
"No more will I skip a day, or erase it from my mind. I'll take each moment of each day, and be thankful and kind."
Catherine Pulsifer, Always Count That Day
"Life can seem ungrateful and not always kind. Life can pull at your heartstrings and play with your mind.
Life can be blissful and happy and free. Life can put beauty in the things that you see."
From the poem Life's Tug Of War, found at Always Something Good
"Always be kind, loving and true with others and those dear to you."
Catherine Pulsifer, Let God Guide You
"Always act, behave, and take action towards other people, or situations, as you would want to be treated. Remember, model the behavior you would expect from others, and don't be swayed from these convictions by those seeking to belittle your actions."
Catherine Pulsifer, You Will Never Be Sorry
"Kind words can conquer."
"The great thing about helping and giving is that you get back twofold what you give. You get appreciation, recognition, a kind smile of gratitude or simply the sense that you helped in just one little way."
Catherine Pulsifer, One Percent Angel
"Kindness is in our power, even when fondness is not."