I’m 15 days in to my 50 Days of Random Acts of Love and Kindness, aka the Spread Love Project.
Everyday Essays & Thoughts
Love thy neighbor, yes, it's really not that hard. In the aftermath of what has been going on in the world, I’m finding more and more moments of . . .
So I’ve been thinking . . . about love again and hate. There’s a lot of hate out there—we see it in the constant stream of news and social media.
Indecision is not a pretty thing. Hey, I get it, we all have our moments. But I’ve got a pet peeve about the “maybe” RSVPs. What’s with those?
Today I read something that not only inspired me but changed me. As a Turkish-American non-practicing Muslim, I have been silent for too long. I can no longer be silent.
So I’ve been thinking . . . about simple things that make me happy, you know, those little things that make you make smile at random. And in a moment, you are happy.
Mother Teresa’s quote has been running through my mind a lot these days. Do I spread love wherever I go? And how would I do that? What does it look like? Do people come to me leaving happier? When I really thought about it, I couldn’t say that was the case.
My Monday Morning posts are where I share things, quotes, talks, videos, events, and photos that inspire me. (Not a bad way to start the week.)
So I’ve been thinking . . . about love. Not romantic love but love in general. Specifically, I’ve been thinking about ways to spread love. How can I infuse love into the world?