Is there any kindness left in the world?

Published January 7, 2010 by ladyserenity92

In spite of everything, I still believe that people are good at heart. —– Anne Frank.

Those were the words that 15-year old Anne Frank wrote in her diary before she was taken. A few months later, Anne died in a prison camp. If Anne were alive today, she would be saddened that we as people are still treating each other unkindly. Adults are stealing from children, cops are abusing innocent people; people are watching as a girl is gang raped while screaming for help.

People are saying that the Rapture is coming in 2012. Two years left until doomsday. Why isn’t there any kindness left in the world?

You can’t find kindness, it has to find you. Kindness comes in many forms. It can be a homeless woman handing you money, a lolita-wearing Japanese boy reading Shakespeare(who speaks like an American, although he’s lived in the country for seven years); a blind man who likes to cook, or maybe a Greek  teenager who’s a Pentecostal. Kindness comes in many people.

But there are some bad apples that let kindness slip right by them or just don’t want anything to do with a kind person. You know, if that person doesn’t like you for no known reason and they don’t tell you, it’s their lost, not yours. They are nothing but fools that are missing out on a good friend.

There is bitterness everywhere, get used to it. But take my advice: Do good, help people in need and be a friend and do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

The person that you cross paths with might just be an angel or God.

Stay Tuned!

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