Friday, May 6, 2016

Gay's Day's "Kindness"

"Be kind, for everyone you meet is fighting a hard battle."
 I took a picture of this plaque on a wall. In a simple phrase, it says a great deal.
As you listen to the political rhetoric,
Do you hear kindness?
As you visit with family,
Do you hear kindness?
Watching talk shoes, Sitcoms, Drama
Do you hear kindness?
When you speak, do you speak kindly?
I love the statement by Philo in the picture above.
Everyone is in a battle of some kind.
Kindness doesn't cure the ills, but it goes along way toward brightening a day.
Georgia loves her husband, Alan. She shows him kindness with actions and words, but Alan responds in a heartless, selfish way. To receive respect and admiration from people, he believes he must have a perfect wife—so he criticizes Georgia at every opportunity—even tells her she’s fat! Alan’s best friend Ken and his wife Jana reassure Georgia that she remains the gorgeous beauty queen she was during her college days. Who will Georgia believe—her friends or the mysterious, handsome stranger who comes into her life?

Circumstances bring a change to Alan’s attitude. But is it too late to save this marriage?
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