A positive act of kindness isn’t necessarily one that affects humanity at large . Sharing a positive thought is an act of kindness too .
Very often random acts of kindness can be found in ordinary everyday actions like this advice that I read on a BLOG !
I think it deserves a place in the #WATWB simply because it is a piece of advice that will resonate with many.
Parenting is one of the hardest jobs in the world. It is one job that has no formal requirements – in fact many parents stumble into this job purely by accident . Even for those who have ventured into this by careful planning, there are instances that take you by surprise.
What do you do when your baby first cries? Do you rock him? Pat him? Console him? Feed him? As usual there are at least ten solutions to this situation and every expert you ask will give you a different opinion .
And the learning never stops because parenting is a lifelong job.
As your baby grows up and faces the world , your heart will swell with pride when you see him take things in his stride. His baby steps are yours and his victories are yours too .
So when your baby’s heart is broken, you can see a crack in your’s as well . How do you console a child when you have no real answers to ease his pain ?
Yesterday, I got a notification from one of my favourite bloggers that one of his posts helped his son get over a romance gone sour.
It is not only helpful but also brought a smile to my face. I’m sure it will make you happy too .
Read Stuart M Perkins‘ post here :
I found this post heart warming and practical. Stuart M Perkins writes charming stories about everyday life that always bring a smile to my face.
Didn’t you enjoy this story?
I’m participating in We are the World Blogfest where bloggers share positive acts of humanity in life, in the news, or social media on the last FRIDAY of each month.
This post is part of the We Are the World Blogfest, a monthly event created by Damyanti Biswas and Belinda Witzenhausen to showcase stories of hope and light. This month’s hosts are Shilpa Garg, Peter Nena, Eric Lahti, Roshan Radhakrishnan and Inderpreet Kaur Uppal – please hop over to check out their WATWB posts as well as from other WATWB participants for a dose of feel-good to last you a whole month. You’ll be happy you did!
Click HERE to check out the intention and rules of the blogfest and feel free to sign up at any time. You are always welcome!