39 thoughts on “5 Ways to Show Kindness to a Child

      1. Just wanted you to know that I created the image at the top of your page. I’m glad you like it and happy to share it. But if you could put my page (fb/humanrightsforhumanchildren) as the photo credit, I would really appreciate it. Thank you.

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          1. No problem! I hope I didn’t sound grumpy about it. I just figured it was nice to give credit where credit is due, especially since Pinterest probably isn’t really ever a legitimate credit source because everything there is taken from someplace else. Anyway, thank you for adding the credit, and thank you for the good work you do!

            On Sat, Dec 27, 2014 at 2:45 PM, Kindness Blog wrote:

            > kristijojedlicki commented: “I apologize, as I thought that your page > was visible on the image and will set about to list it under the Photo > Credit section, as well. Thanks for the valuable work that you do and for > your support!”

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  1. Reblogged this on Think Before You Act and commented:
    This is perfect in my opinion. It is essential to teach the younger generations about kindness. If we later generations are all taught how to love each other fully, they will not have to deal with many of the problems we face today. The world we live in today is filled with many cruel people. However, that is not to say that there are no loving people left. It is up to those who are kind to infect the world with kindness.

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    1. Thank you so very much for sharing your wonderful insights and for reblogging this post! Children are our greatest assets and teachers, and all adults, parents and non-parents alike, need to be mindful of the examples that we set. If we can teach them to be kind and compassionate, we will have done a wonderful thing and left this world in a much better place indeed. Thanks for spreading kindness!

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      1. I so love my children and want them to have spiritual and emotional and physical strength. I love encouraging them even though they are both young adults. if you can’t love your own then where will they find it? I do enjoy blessing them materially too but they know that they are loved.

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