Am I A Kind Person?

on February 2, 2017

This is a question all of us should ask ourselves often.

Am I a kind person?

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Kindness can be described as being considerate and generous as well as  nice and friendly.

Here are some videos that I am sure will touch your heart and will inspire you to do random acts of kindness.

It’s easier to be kind when our parents, friends or teachers tell you to be. But, would you be kind even though nobody asked you?

I like to think that humans are by nature kind. However, as we grow up, sometimes this very important value is diminished by different causes.

Never forget to be kind. Be kind all the time to all people, and expect nothing in return, because kindness is its own reward. Kindness doesn’t cost and yet  it is priceless.


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I must say that I am very  grateful to all the students who were kind enough to  write cards and letters for my birthday, to all the teachers who expressed their love and best wishes and gave me flowers and a basket of fruit.

Remember, someday, sometime, YOU will need a special act of kindness.

All of us do.

10 responses to “Am I A Kind Person?

  1. Miss Alma says:

    Excellent examples of kindness Miss Lilian! I loved the videos! I’m sure they will make a great impact in our students and encourage them to show kindness also. Kind regards, Miss Alma.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. Miss Julie's epic class :) says:

    Beautiul message, Ms. Lilian!
    The 5th Graders are excited about showing their kindness towards others! It’s remarkable to see how a little effort goes a long way when we commit ourselves on being kind to others!
    -Diego says we should always keep a kind heart because there is always the need for it.
    -Horacio says the moment he most likes to remember is when someone has been kind to him.
    -Maria Fernanda says “Thank you, Miss Lilian. Kindness is very much needed in these times”
    Thank you for sharing this blog, Miss Lilian!

    Liked by 1 person

  3. -maria says:

    How lovely. Thank you so much for showing these to us. It is sometimes easy to forget that kindness is within our reach.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. willkay says:

    Thank you Miss Lilian


  5. Patty Boccaccio says:

    Miss Lilian hello!! Hope you are doing well!! My kids want to let you know, how much they like the videos you so kindly shared.
    Valeria says that is a good example showing little kids how to be a kind person. She really liked the video of the young man who gave money to the homeless.
    Camila Soto and Valentina: They liked the one of the man, who got stuck between the train and the pathway, they were impressed of how everyone pitched in, and were able to help.
    We love you, Miss Lilian!!!
    Hope to see you soon!!!

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  6. soraya says:

    Miss Lilian! Excellent videos. The kids love them.
    -Christian says that they are very emotional.
    -Diego says that it made him cry.
    -Michelle appreciates watching your videos because they are very pretty.
    -Daniela says that they will try to be more kind towards other people.
    -5th grade B says thank-you.
    Miss Soraya s legendary clan!!!

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  7. Miss Yulene says:

    Thank you Miss Lilian for the videos! The children really liked them! We will work on our kindness and we will encourage others to do the same.

    We hope to see you soon!!
    Love 3B

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  8. michelletrejo says:

    Thank you, Miss Lilian for sharing these videos with us. It is so important for our children to be sensitive to the needs of others and to see beyond themselves. My students were very moved by the actions shown on the videos and were also inspired to do their part in blessing others.

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  9. Tanya Porraz says:

    Miss Lilian hello!! Hope you are doing great!! My children love the wonderful videos.
    Thank you so much.
    Hope to see you soon!! LOVE 1B

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  10. Tere says:

    Thank you for sharing.
    The 4th Grade children have as “homework” to create an act of kindness.
    They will give themselves the opportunity to share a smile, open a door, do something special for someone they don’t know and see how they react.
    We will keep in touch and share their experiences.

    See you soon.
    Miss Tere’s 4B class.


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