Everyday the world is legion with these acts of love and kindness.
Even the simplest of things, such as a mom or dad waking their children, making them breakfast, and seeing them off to school. These acts – what we call life — take place in both the poorest and richest of communities, and even during “the worst of times.” Kindness is universal, folks.
Maybe except NYC. Just kiddin’!
Remember this, there is more good news by almost an infinite factor — acts kindness and love – than bad news, which is what usually makes the tape and nightly news.
Keeping it real. Be kind.
After three years in foster care, 10-year-old Ivey Zezulka’s emotional reaction to finding out she would be adopted by her foster family was stemmed by not only joy, but relief as well.
And not just for herself: along with Ivey, her biological brother and sister — Kai, 3, and Lita, 2 — will also be adopted by Paige and Daniel Zezulka of Athens, Georgia. The adoption of all three children was finalized last week.