kindness

✨ MAGIC OF THE DAY ✨

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I went to Sainsbury’s for shopping food the other day. I usually smile at the cashier and ask them how they are and how their day is going.

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Sometimes we have beautiful chats ending up about either my hair or their children. This time I asked to a new cashier how they were. They smiled and told me not many people talk to them.
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They said they loved my eyes, I told them I loved theirs too. I can tell she was a very loving, nurturing and motherly woman which showed through her eyes. I told her exactly that. She smiled with joy, even laughed a bit receiving what I said. She confirmed that she is. Then told me about her children, nieces etc while we had a queue started to grow behind us, she didn’t seem to care 😃
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I told her she has so much love to give and she’s a blessing in her childrens’, nephews’ and nieces’ lives. Before I left, she asked me to spell my name on a piece of receipt. She said she’ll light a candle for me that night 😭 My heart literally melted. That night I lit a candle for her as well 🕯
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If I created gratitude in someone’s life in 2 minutes to the point they’ll actually go and pray for me, that’s magic for me. It’s love, connection, purity and generosity and those things matter to me.
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Even a “How’s your day going?” with presence can make such a big difference. A smile with eye contact can make someone feel appreciated, seen and heard. And as a side effect, you feel human and connected as well 😍
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London can be a busy and overwhelming place where you might not seem to find time for anything. It can also be a magical place if you choose to create it ✨
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When was the last time you asked a stranger about their day?
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I’d love to hear if you experience those moments as well 🙏🏼
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Love you ❤️
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✏️🔨 THE MAGIC TABLE 🔨✏️

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I’ve been selling and giving away loads of stuff as I moved recently.

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I sold this table to a guy today. He came around to pick it up and said, “It’s going to be perfect for the kids.”
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“Is it for kids?” I asked.
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He said, “Yes, I teach kids how to do woodwork stuff in a community centre in Highgate, for kids who have ADHD, autism and so on.”
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I was like 😍😍😍😍😍
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I asked him, “Do you do it with dads and sons as well?”
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“Oh yeah, lots of dads and sons come in”
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So he’s taking this table to them so they can do it as well. I can tell that that’s literally his gift and he’s offering it to the world with such love, genuineness and kindness.
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He said there was a woman asked him once if he had a ‘normal’ class for kids who don’t have ADHD, autism etc.
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He told me he told her, “I don’t seperate them. I put all of them in the same class.”
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I just stared at him in awe and said, “Oh my god, that’s so lovely.”
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It makes me so happy when I meet such kind and loving people. This is what the world needs more of. There are so many kind men out there and it warms my heart when I see them spreading their love, making the world shine a bit more ✨
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This got me super emotional and so grateful today for life for bringing such beautiful people to me sometimes for 5 minutes, sometimes for years 💗
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If you want to go to his woodwork classes open to children, adults, and together, his details are:
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Ricky
07506 504 220
woodthatworks@hotmail.com
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May you receive kindness and love as much as you spread them and so much more ✨
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Sending you so much love 💛
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