My doubts continue about the humanity of humanity. This also ties in with the season of “giving.”
So, let me ask a question.
Compassion is the spiritual energy that dissolves the negative effects of judgment. ~ Daily Word
They say it’s usually people who are alone that disparage Valentine’s Day, but I know better. So, I’m just going to say it, I don’t like Valentine’s Day, and this is coming from someone who has had a love in my life for 30 plus years. After writing about this holiday in the past and receiving many comments over the years, I can attest that I’m not the only one. Many people do not like this holiday.
Intently listening is an act of kindness toward another. When someone needs to share, providing a listening ear can offer warmth and comfort.
Our modern society paints humanity with such dark, negativity. Yet, when I posted about my anxiety, I received kindness, thoughtfulness and caring from people who have only met me through a blog. As I pondered the paradox of the two, it brought forth the following poem.
If only we could comfort those effected by the tornado.
Below is a reading (variation) from the magazine DailyWord.