Monday, February 14, 2011

heart someone...

One of my favorite things is this quote...Do you know where it's from?

There are four questions in this life:
What is sacred?
Of what is the spirit made?
What is worth living for?
What is worth dying for?

Do a good deed today...a kind gesture...a loving thing...make a phone call...write a note...let someone with less groceries than you go before you in the grocery line...(That always amazes people)...use your cars blinker...bake cookies...say thank you...slow down...pick a flower...put it in a vase...draw a picture...And even if you do something for someone and they don't react the way you want them to...don't do it for the reaction...do it for the deed and how good it makes you feel...just to give...unconditionally...if you have a friend...email them...a family member...call them...if you have a pet...kiss them...plan to have a good day...
xo

9 comments:

Cheyenne -Millie said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you and your family Angela! Life is too darn short to forgo all those the little kindnesses. That is a good quote to memorize!

Wee Spookeez Design said...

Lovely words....thx.

ed thomas said...

Hi Angela, happy Valentines Day.

Seth said...

Great post!!

James said...

The quote....Don Juan De Marco. Except for the roses and cards I try to make everyday a "Valentine's Day".. For ONLY cards and roses a "Valentine's Day does not make"..... Except in 1984 when I forgot both. That has been known as my personnal Valentine's Day Massacre.....

Holly said...

That's a lovely quote, and no...I don't know who said it.

Do you?

Cassandra said...

Love this post Angela. A great reminder for everyday.

James said...

“I give women plea­sure, if they desire, it is of course the greatest plea­sure they will ever expe­ri­ence. No woman has ever left my arms unsatisfied.”... This was always my favorite quote from DJDM. It just seemed to fit me better.... ;o)

Mystical_Lucie said...

Angela,

Thank you for reminding us all about small random acts of kindness which can bring a ray of sunshine into someone's day, even when it's raining. Valentine's Day is a great day to pick up that habit, then we can strive to make it an everyday occurrence in our lives.