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If You Don’t Think A Simple Act Of Kindness Can Make A Great Difference, This Will Change Your Thought

If You Don’t Think A Simple Act Of Kindness Can Make A Great Difference, This Will Change Your Thought | Mindful | Scoop.it
This comic will clear your doubt about the difference a simple act of kindness can make to the world.


"“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” – Aesop"

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If you're mindful? Share It!

If you're mindful? Share It! | Mindful | Scoop.it
Share your "declaration of mindfulness" with friends, families, and colleagues.



"The simple act of being mindful has the power to change everything—how we approach ourselves, our challenges, our relationships, and our communities.


Mindfulness is available to us because we already have the capacity to be present, and it doesn’t require us to change who we are. It takes many shapes and goes by many names: attention, awareness, empathy, compassion, being in the zone, situational awareness, presence, flow, contemplation, and many more."

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Mindfulness fits perfectly into the saying "everything old is new again." Living a mindful life is both simpler and harder than you might have thought.


It's simpler because it's already here, we don't have to run out and buy anything nor do we have to join an organization. Of course we can read about it or join a group but nothing is required to be mindful except paying attention.  It's more difficult because it requires us to pay attention.


A quandary if there ever was one. On the one hand mindfulness is simple because all you have to do is pay attention and on the other hand it's difficult because you have to pay attention... Spend a moment thinking about that..


The only enemy of mindful living is distraction and all that entails. But to paraphrase the little pig, "who's afraid of the big bad distraction?"


Mindfulness, try it, you'll like it...

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