"Those communities that have the most sympathetic members will flourish and do the best," Keltner explains. "So out of that comes this other philosophy of 'survival of the kindest.'"
Think about family, neighborhoods, schools, teams and work environments. We always have an opportunity to show kindness. In fact, increasing the kindness we show ourSelves is critical to give permission for others to as well. I've often said to my kids "hey, you can't talk about my kid that way" when I've heard negative self talk. I've looked in the mirror and said it too.
Dr. BJ Palmer said "You'll never know how far reaching something you say, think, or do today will affect millions tomorrow."
I believe him.