5 thoughts on “Here’s To The Cold Blooded Life (When kindness costs you nothing) by Ron Clinton Smith

  1. I decided a few years ago that I should feel free to compliment people. Before, I would think a lot of good things and never say them. Who did that benefit? Maybe just me. Some people are put off by it, but I want to share whatever I find positive, and I do. That is how I manifest my kindness. It sure makes my children happy.

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  2. You’re absolutely right. If I’m already disappointing the person by saying no, can it really hurt me to at least say it in a nice way. I’m secure enough to know that I will stand firm if the person thinks their sensing weakness, and tries to take advantage, but usually they’re happy for whatever bone you throw them, and that’s just being decent.

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