“Accepting responsibility for being a person of kindness demands one to examine his or her behaviors carefully and honestly. Whatever is discovered can be improved upon, and the choice to become a kinder person is so much easier than living one’s life in the burdensome state of unkindness. Kindness begets kindness, while unkindness leads to separation, loneliness, and despair.
The choice seems obvious, doesn’t it? When one is openhearted about his or her imperfections, the ability to change is easy and without restrictions. Wisdom comes to those who are willing to observe their flaws with grace.”