What a Kind Word Can Do

I don’t think this will be a surprise to anyone, but giving away a kind word is free.  A positive kind word will definitely inspire an inner shift in how we feel.  Just think of how you felt the last time someone gave you a compliment out of the blue, telling you – great job…you look beautiful…I bet that felt pretty good, It most likely lit you up and put a smile on your face.  🙂

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A positive kind word can change someone’s day or even days.  So, let’s dole it out, let’s give it freely from our heart, it’s free, especially now during the holiday season when we’re all so busy rushing about trying to get it all done, and maybe feeling a bit stressed with all that is on our to do lists.  Receiving a kind word can uplift our spirit and create a sense of well-being.  Just a simple – thank you – coming from the heart can touch someone in a special way and transform their day.

And you never know, your kind word may have a ripple effect, that person now may turn around and do the same, and change someone else’s day.

So let’s do it, my kind word for you lovelies is – You are AMAZING!!!

Kindest Blessings

COPYRIGHT MASHA G. ELLMAN 2019

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Masha

My big joy is to inspire, encourage and empower you to live the sweetest life for you. I love to share inspiration, how to, and my own journey towards wholeness and union with our Divine Mother. Oh and I love photography and cooking. I am thrilled that you are here and sharing in this wonderful magical mystery.

8 thoughts on “What a Kind Word Can Do

  1. A smile and hi are all it takes sometimes. I live in a small rural community where if you meet someone for the first time you are likely to meet them again. In fact, if you haven’t met them before it is likely they are new to the community. Most people here speak to each other when shopping even if we have no idea who each other are. 🙂

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    1. Sounds like a great place to live, you’re lucky to live there. Reminds me of the Hallmark movies and the little towns where the stories take place. Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment, love to see you here, ❤

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      1. Thank you so much, I’m not sure if there is a community that can compare to the Hallmark movies LOL but it’s nice to live in a place where it’s mostly a friendly place. I enjoy your blog as well. ❤

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  2. This is such a beautiful way to look at it – kind words are free and we have an abundance of them. It costs us nothing to give them, but could be very valuable to the recipient (sounds like a good riddle!)
    xxxx

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  3. A kind word… It seems like an easy concept, but if we think about it, maybe it isn’t that easy. Some superlative comment might be congratulatory but not necessarily kind. If I say to my friend, “You have so many snowmen. It must be the most of anybody,” it’s nice but not necessarily kind. If I say, “I love the work you put into Christmas; it shows your love,” I’d be kind – and I’d be right because it is a show of love, not a contest to him. We need to think and choose carefully.

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