Kindness – we should stay at home if we are poorly

Today I heard on the news that, if we have slight fevers or sniffles, in the future, we should stay at home.

Unfortunately the British culture is stoic and we would normally go into work. Illness is still perceived as being weak and that you are unable to cope. It’s engrained into us.

Kindness – old age isn’t for wimps

I’m noticed some people getting old.

Gone is their arrogance and their judgements

Instead it’s replaced by humility and a need to engage

Their old age has made them frail and they have little control over their pains and ailments

People no longer visit them or contact them.

As a result, their egos have disappeared and they become kinder, more accepting and realising that they miss both the world and people

Funny

Instead of water, I accidentally put RedBull in the the back of my coffee maker this morning.

I was halfway to work before I realized I forgot my car.

Funny

Instead of water, I accidentally put RedBull in the the back of my coffee maker this morning.

I was halfway to work before I realized I forgot my car.