After a morning walk, I sit in my garden and watch the butterflies and bees, listen to the birds and soak in the presence of all the living subjects around me. This sets the tone or the day and keeps me grounded and in a state of wonder.
When I focus on being kind to myself, I am better able to be kind to those around me. It’s rather like the airline warning about the oxygen masks – put your own on first so you are able to help others. Kindness begets kindness both in ourselves and in our interactions with others.
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