It’s often the little things that mean most and touch our hearts dearly. Yet, these little things sometimes get taken for granted and we forget to say or do them, not appreciating those dear to us or not helping those in need.
“Today, I served a large table of rude people at the restaurant where I work. The cook made one small error on one of the orders and, even after I fixed the mistake, all ten of the people at the table, who I had waited on hand and foot for two hours, didn’t leave me a cent for a tip. One of them actually wrote, “Maybe you’ll get it right next time,” on a napkin. It almost brought me to tears. Then a few minutes later I went to pick-up the final signed receipt from two business men who were sitting across from the table of ten. They left me a $100 tip and also left me a note on a napkin that said, “Don’t let those fools ruin that beautiful smile.”—This is beautiful.
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.”— Leo F. Buscaglia (via quotesinspire)
- Never call someone ugly. - Never call someone fat. - Never make someone cry. - Never make someone feel unworthy. - Never point out someone’s insecurities. - Never make someone feel unwanted.
The always: - Always try to make someone smile. - Always compliment someone. - Always remind people of their beauty. - Always make people aware of their good qualities. - Always let someone know you’re there for them
I’m a sophomore, and everybody in my grade took gym as a freshman, except me. I’ve been stuck in an all freshman class ever since after winter break. I have no friends in that class, I don’t really participate. Often times, kids come in with their friends at the end of the day and play basket…