Letter: “Kindness, compassion should be standards for fame”

It’s important to continue getting the message out that being kind is a sign of strength, not weakness. Here’s one writer who’s doing just that. Our thanks to the Kindness Blog from Serendipity Chronicles.

Kindness Blog

flower thrower banksyPosted: July 14, 2013 – 3:45pm

“Fame is all around us and always has been although it has been portrayed in different forms. In People magazine, we read about Kim Kardashian every day or hear about the world’s most beautiful woman. We read about singers, actors and actresses, and sports figures. We can’t get away from it.

Is that truly what Americans care about?

I think it is the unsung heros who make a huge difference in this world. It is the people who become prisoners of war fighting for freedom. It is the social worker who listens to people’s problems. It is the pastor who gives and gives.

The people who get stars in heaven are the people who have true peace and joy are those who give of themselves. People who get gratification from their work and good deeds are those who give from the heart. My mom…

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About Laurie Snyder

Laurie Snyder is a writer, editor, traveler, history researcher, humanities advocate, and educator. An award-winning journalist, her interviews with survivors of Pearl Harbor, Midway, and the Holocaust have appeared in national and regional news publications. The creator and managing editor of the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteers: One Civil War Regiment's Story ©™, The Contemplative Genealogist ©™ and The Contemplative Traveler ©™, she also serves as the principal consultant for Snyder's Point Communications.
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3 Responses to Letter: “Kindness, compassion should be standards for fame”

  1. Hello 🙂 and thank you 🙂 It’s nice to meet you!

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