National Be An Angel Day
On August 22nd, National Be an Angel Day, encourages good deeds and kindness to others. We display an act of an angel on earth by helping those in need and inspiring others to kindness.
To us, the day also honors those who have been angels. We have a bad day every day. We all have them, whether it's bad news or poor planning. A kind word, a hug, or even a pleasant atmosphere makes a difference.
Other times, days, even weeks, can be devastating. Our sails are blown by a loss, sickness, or a slew of events. Those angels bring us hope at a time when we need it the most.
The same thing happens to the people around us. We don't know what others are going through because we don't know what others are going through. We can be an angel in both large and small ways. If we know a person's worries or not, simply offering to join them for a meal will help them to relax. We need most, having someone to listen to often is what we need most.
Noticing someone's efforts is another way to be an angel. Fill in the gaps. Letting them know you're impressed with their stamina, skills, and progress – let them know you're impressed with their stamina, talent, and progress. These encouraging remarks give morale-boosting energy.
Any time we see someone in need, we have the opportunity to assist them. Assist an elderly neighbor with lawn care, Assist an elderly neighbor with lawn care. When planning play dates, don't forget the single parents. Their children – and the parents – need social interaction as well.
Also, don't hesitate to tell someone's time, effort, and presence. We may be individuals, but we don't thrive alone. Look out for each other.
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Jayne Howard Feldman founded National Be an Angel Day in 1993 to promote acts of kindness.