9 thoughts on “Finding Kindness Outside of Survival Mode

  1. What good posts you have on this blog!
    I adored this one particularly as I’ve long applied this very principal to my life. God’s economic laws are completely contrary to those of the commercial system. My husband would scare me giving money away to those that were in need even when we couldn’t pay our own bills.
    “It’s an investment,” he would say, God will give it back with interest.” God always did, in fact even with a bunch of little kids we prospered till in the end, my faith encouraged by his, I too joined God’s economic plan – it’s a lot nicer way to live!

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  2. Great post…it is so true. It is really difficult to break out of “survival mode.” But when you do…life gets some much better even though you don’t physically have much more than before, you have an emotional abundance…

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  3. Great post…it is so true. It is really difficult to break out of “survival mode.” But when you do…life gets so much better even though you don’t physically have much more than before, you have an emotional abundance…

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  4. Thank you . It is when one lives in the survival mode that one experiences the joy of giving . Have experienced it in my own life . There is no fear and no attachment to anything . we human beings come into this world with nothing and would leave this world with nothing .

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  5. Kylie, I love this post. I’ve been thinking about our society’s survival mode a lot lately. I especially like your ideas about nature. There are many times where I’ve been contemplating survival when I look out my window and I see thousands of leaves, blades of grass, and spacious land. It’s become a daily message and reminder that we are truly surrounded by all that we need and could ever desire.

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  6. Reblogged this on Gita Putri Siregar's Blog and commented:
    A post that carries a deep meaning on how we don’t have to be in survival mode in life every minute – we should often spread kindness outside of survival mode to build a happier community and self. I recommend reading this post, and reading Kindness Blog’s other posts, as they shares the impact and meaning of kindness.

    Link to post: https://kindnessblog.com/2014/10/03/finding-kindness-outside-of-survival-mode/
    Link to blog: http://kindnessblog.com

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  7. A beautiful, and deep post, just like the others. This one especially captured a spot in my heart, and that leads to a reblog as “recommended reading” in my blog :)!

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