The greatest kindness

“Love is sometimes shown in the things you don’t say, don’t keep track of and don’t notice. The greatest kindness is often shown in letting things go. None of us is perfect, but we can all be perfect friends and perfect partners by allowing those that we love to be imperfect. Give those around you the “break” that you hope the world will give you on your own “bad day” and you’ll never, ever regret it.” ~ Neale Donald Walsch


About Dr Bill Wooten

Organizational Psychologist,Guitarist, Banjo Picker, Bicyclist, Reader and Books, Books, Books
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10 Responses to The greatest kindness

  1. russtowne says:

    Reblogged this on A Grateful Man and commented:
    This sounds to me like an excellent way to live.
    With Love,

  2. Loved it Bill. Thank you

  3. mimijk says:

    Reblogging this one Bill – as much for me as anyone else. Thank you and Happy Thanksgiving..

  4. mimijk says:

    Reblogged this on Waiting for the Karma Truck and commented:
    Loving and letting go may not seem to go hand in hand – and yet..

  5. Lead Our Lives says:

    Lovely. Simple, powerful message. NDW is a favorite author of mine. The image is a perfect companion for the message. Thank you.

  6. made58 says:

    What a beautiful Website you have created, the photography, the messages and the music. Thank you.

  7. tersiaburger says:

    Thank you Bill. I needed to read this. Re-posting on Facebook. I have meant to write you a non-post specific message for quite some time. I just want to thank you for your inspirational blog and words of wisdom. Your blog calms my soul. Thank you!!!!

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