top of page

It’s a little brighter day

There are signs popping up in people’s front yards with the words “Be Kind” printed in large letters for everyone to see. This is a new thing. Maybe it’s because in the stress of increased prices and decreased resources people are forgetting the usual considerations shown for each other in public. Impatience seems to be an issue occasionally. Like when someone takes extra time at a bank drive-through window, or when someone in the checkout line is counting out change too slowly. These occurrences remain exceptions. We’ve never appreciated people driving ten miles-per-hour under the speed limit! Being kind then requires some extraordinary patience!

Want to read more?

Subscribe to to keep reading this exclusive post.

Subscribe Now

Related Posts

See All

CATCH THE BUS… Assigned to RAF Alconbury I was abandoned for a week waiting for a plane. I got to the transport easy enough. A clerk had me check in and told me to sit down, I had missed my plane. I’

This week, Ford announced that it is pausing construction on its forthcoming Blue Oval plant in Marshall, Michigan—a project that has received more than $1.7 billion in state incentives. As part of it

bottom of page