Tuesday, 20 October 2015

Being Kind to Someone

Being kind to someone means you have to be kind to them and talking gently to them.

When someone is new you have to treat them good because when you are new you dont know lots of staff we do at our school.

When your teacher is gone and you have a reliever don't get angry at her use your manners and talk sensibly to her. Sometimes they can be a little bit hard on you so don't get angry just say our teacher told us to.

Be happy, joyful, and grateful. These emotions rest at the heart of kindness, allowing you to see the good in others and the world, enabling you to press through the challenges, despair, and cruelty you witness and experience, continuously restoring your sense of faith in humanity. Maintaining an optimistic attitude ensures that acts of kindness are committed with genuine joy and cheerfulness rather than with reluctance or out of a sense of duty or service. And keeping your sense of humor ensures that you don't take yourself too seriously and take life's contradictory and contrary moments with good faith

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