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A little bit of thought goes a long way, especially during the holiday season, but honestly, it goes a long way every other day of the year too.
As we look at the positive identity category this month, I still hope you will work to recognize the contributions of the everyday people that make your day great, your workplace great or your life even a little better.
Over the past week, we saw how a simple act of kindness becomes a grand gesture, filled with meaning, signifying hope and allowing community to come together, to heal.
The baking and culinary classes were baking random acts of kindness and spreading their better leaving through baked goods philosophy for all.
Trish, an employee at Smith’s in White Rock adorned store pillars in purple ribbon, with gracefully tied bows.
She gently put together tiny purple ribbons with gold pins, free for the taking, a simple gesture, a meaningful act, a contribution never to be forgotten by one, by some, by many.
As a community, as a nation, as a world, we need to come together in small ways, ending division, ending drama that isn’t based on the real in reality.
We need to create safe places to fall, acknowledge feelings and realize that not everyone shows them, but it doesn’t mean they don’t feel them.
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