Quotes of Kindness

“We must not, in trying to think about how we can make a big difference, ignore the small daily differences we can make which, over time, add up to big differences that we often cannot foresee.”

~ Marian Wright Edelman

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7 thoughts on “Quotes of Kindness

  1. A Forgetful God

    I don’t believe we can ever foresee the “large differences” that lie before us…perhaps trying to control them is an illusion thats only purpose is to make us feel better. Perhaps it would be better to let the future be and simply be in the moment where the little changes are constantly happening. Is it possible that focussing on “what we think will happen” takes our attention away from what is actually happening? Perhaps this is the path to true self-knowledge…being here, where the little changes actually happen.

    A Forgetful God

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  2. Desiree

    Matthew
    I’m so glad you stopped by my blog which led me to your blog! This is a great find! You have a wonderful blog and its always a pleasure to meet like-minded people. Keep up the good work! The world needs more people like you.
    I’ll be linking to you!

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  3. mmc

    Desiree,

    Thanks for the kind words, pardon the pun. We have some great news that we\’ll be annoucing very soon so be sure to stop back, if you don\’t hear about on CNN or read about it the paper first. We certainly hope you\’ll join the team…

    Matthew and the One Kind Act Team!

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  4. Matthew

    Mark,
    Thanks for the comments and for being a part of the team. I know you are going to be excited about the good news, which is top secret at the moment and has to remain that way, but it’s for the good.

    We are changing the world and although we may not see every little change, we know it’s happening. That’s awesome stuff!

    Our team member in the U.K, who happens to also be a Matt, says” One Kind Act a day keeps the grumpiness a bay” You can visit his site at by clicking below:

    http://www.watchtheskies.co.uk/

    Cheers,
    Matthew

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