Little Acts of Kindness

The new tiered restrictions across the country, along with an upward trend in confirmed cases, is going to see another tough period for us as a society, and even more so for some members of our communities


The number of people working from home will increase because it is the safe and sensible thing to do


This doesn't mean that it is the easiest thing to do


When you have family around and under your feet, demanding attention and making concentration near impossible, it's inconvenient


But what about those who don't have anyone around them?


It makes the 'work' time easier, but it makes the 'life' time considerably harder


When there's no physical interaction with other human beings, it is scientifically proven that we suffer psychologically and emotionally


How some are yearning for the distraction that family offers



And what of our older generation who already experience long periods of isolation?


These restrictions must make the uncertainty of when they'll ever get to see another human almost unbearable, at the very least discomfiting


So, what can we do?


Everybody is going through this, everybody needs some kind of positivity within their life, so who will service the needs of us all?


WE CAN


If we take 5 minutes in our day to offer a little act of kindness to someone else, we can support each other through the lonely times


And, like in Daniel's story, you never know the additional impact of what our kindness can bring


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