It’s more about what’s stopping us.
Glad you mentioned social media. In a space where everyone only shares and post the best version of themselves, it really creates the illusion that everyone is doing fine. In reality, you’re right we are all dealing with heavy bags. You’re right, vulnerability is part of the answer. But what does it really look like to be vulnerable in atmosphere driven by the culture of wanting to be liked, famous, and popular?
Thank you for taking the time to research and create such an insightful piece of writing. I believe daily acts of kindness contributes to a more meaninful life for ourselves and others. A practice that should be adopted by everyone.
Humans are social creatures and society was built upon many people working together. So in a system that is inherently made with social traits. Antisocial behavior leads to an individual taking advantage of that system.
I appreciate the profound insights shared in your article. Kindness is indeed a powerful virtue that has the potential to create a positive impact on both ourselves and others. Understanding that everyone carries their own internal struggles is crucial in fostering empathy and compassion.
The actionable steps of active listening and performing random acts of kindness can truly make a difference in enhancing well-being and building meaningful connections.
Thank you for emphasizing the importance of kindness in our daily lives.