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Tag: kindness

$200 Get Out of Jail Free Cards Are Bittersweet

August 6, 2015 |

A former prisoner himself, Carlos Cervantes drives newly released convicts from prison back to the free world.

Carlos took a 12 year plea bargain for attempted murder at the age of 16. He served 10 years, 8 months. He was released … Read More

Bishop Jakes Addresses Celebrity Narcissism

July 29, 2015 |

Mega-church Bishop T.D.Jake’s recently counseled Toni Braxton and her sister’s regarding their infighting and bickering. 

The bishop was angered by their selfishness and narcissism. He reminded them how negatively they’re influencing black fans with their obnoxious example. 

The sisters appeared … Read More

Racism Be Damned: LEO Leroy Smith Elevates Humanity at KKK Rally

July 25, 2015 |

While the MSM and Barack Obama are busily churning the pot of racial discord and  Law Enforcement relations in America, a black LEO defies their intent at a KKK rally.  

Racism be damned.

In the wake of Dylann Roof and the … Read More

Dumpster “Dive” Life-line

April 15, 2015 |

We have all seen abuses to the food-stamp program, but there are outreaches through churches, food pantries and “soup-kitchens” that all can help “stand in the gap” for hungry people. It’s maddening to see government waste, that’s why “The government … Read More

Sharing food…and life.

April 9, 2015 |

We lose our way sometimes, and if we are wise, we will seek godly counsel. Sometimes the godly counsel even comes to us. Here’s a story of love-in-action where sharing a plate of food ended up saving a life and … Read More

Stop and Serve ~Haden

March 3, 2015 |

It is said that you can tell a whole heck of a lot about a person by how they treat wait-staff at a restaurant. No truer words have been spoken.

The highly successful founder of “Save the Date”, is from … Read More


February 12, 2015 |

Words of kindness are always good because they add value or encouragement to someone’s day. I hadn’t thought about what they could actually take away though.

When something is done that is hateful or cruel, it can have far greater … Read More

Perspective Changes Everything

February 7, 2015 |

I lived in somewhat, “snooty” North Dallas for years; I would never go back. I’ve learned so much more in a dirty, little country town.

My husband and I moved out here, because our house has a 1,200 square foot … Read More

Kindle Some Kindness

February 2, 2015 |

Not that I can AFFORD television, but even when I could, I didn’t have it. What got me interested in the degree I eventually chose, was doing research with a doctor on neurobiofeedback and A.D.D. Let’s just say television is … Read More

Door Man

December 29, 2014 |

Most men have been berated by a chip-on-their-shoulder feminist for holding a door open for them, so many times “you’re on your own” or “yoyo” opening doors. It’s kind of a lost act of kindness.

Josh lost his father as … Read More

Replacing “Cruel” with “Kind”

December 26, 2014 |

It’s no shocker that kids can be cruel. What is shocking these days is seeing a high-schooler step in and do something about it.

Sometimes we get somewhat “stuck” in a situation where we want to do something nice for … Read More