AN OPPORTUNITY TO PROVE THAT GOODNESS TRULY DOES ABOUND…
I believe that we live in a world where goodness abounds. But sometimes, when I look at all the negativity and divisiveness in the news, it’s easy to feel discouraged. You, too, might find yourself disheartened by world events, wondering what happened to the light-filled and loving universe you want to live in. What happened to all the goodness?
Well, it’s still there! The world is still filled with light. Kind, loving people are everywhere. I still believe that GOODNESS ABOUNDS!
Now, more than ever, it’s so important to look for – and FIND and CELEBRATE – the many examples of good-hearted people expressing kindness…every day, in endless ways! That’s why I’m so happy to be part of Goodness Abounds: 365 True Stories of Loving Kindness – an upcoming collaborative book in the #1 bestselling 365 Book Series. I want to be a part of sharing stories of goodness and kindness, and I would love for you to join me!
MORE ABOUT THE BOOK, THE SERIES, AND POSSIBLE TOPICS
This book will contain 365 personal stories of people expressing love, goodness, and kindness. The experiences will range from huge expressions of lifelong love to small acts of kindness – all sharing one thing in common: they add to an ever-growing mountain of evidence that goodness abounds! The stories will come from over 250 contributors, including bestselling authors Jodi Chapman, Dan Teck, me…and possibly YOU!
I know that this book is going to uplift so many people, and I’m so excited that I’m going to be one of the contributing authors! I can’t wait to share my 3 piece with the world, and I hope that you’ll feel called to join us and share your own story of kindness, too! It’s such a great opportunity! If you sign up this month, you’ll receive a special discount, too! You can learn all about it here.
While there are endless possibilities, here are some examples of goodness abounding that you could share:
- Comforting someone in their darkest hour
- Volunteering at a soup kitchen, homeless shelter, or other facility to help people in need
- Fostering or adopting a stray animal
- One animal helping another
- Taking the time to really see someone
- Giving time, energy, or money to a worthwhile cause
- Paying for someone in line at a drive-thru, toll, or store