THE GIFT OF A CHEERFUL DISPOSITION:
The easiest way to feel good is to extend a kind
cheery word to someone. It's really not so hard
to say, "Hello" or "Thank you."
THE GIFT OF A COMPLIMENT:
You can really brighten someone's day with a simple
and sincere, "You look great in red," "That was a
terrific dinner," or "You did a super job."
THE GIFT OF LISTENING:
To be a good listener you must REALLY listen. Let
the other person speak with no interrupting, no
daydreaming, no planning your response...just
THE GIFT OF AFFECTION:
Be generous with APPROPRIATE hugs, kisses, pats on
the back, and handholds. Let these small actions
demonstrate the love you have for family and friends.
THE GIFT OF LAUGHTER:
Share your laughter and humor by clipping cartoons,
jokes, articles and funny stories. Your gift will
say, "I love to laugh with you!"
THE GIFT OF A WRITTEN NOTE:
You can send someone a simple note that says,
"Thanks for the help," or a poem, story, or any kind
of upbeat message. The most brief, handwritten note
can be remembered for a lifetime, and even change a
life, you just never know.
THE GIFT OF A FAVOR:
Every day, go out of your way to do something kind
for someone else. There are plenty of opportunities
for you to do something nice for a friend, relative,
or co-worker on a daily basis. Show the love of
Christ with your acts of kindness to others. Let
them see Jesus in you.
THE GIFT OF SOLITUDE:
There a times when we all want nothing better than
to be left alone. Be sensitive to those times and
give the gift of solitude to others.