I thought this was a beautiful post over at St. Elizabeth Ann Seton blog, with great links to more spiritual nourishment, something we can all use a little more of. The whole site is truly beautiful and is a spiritual retreat in itself, great job and thanks for such beauty in the writings you share! Here is a little snippet:
"The poet Wordsworth once wrote that the "best portion of a good man's life" is "his little, nameless, unremembered acts of kindness and love." In his famous Canticle of Charity (Corinthians, Chapter 13) Saint Paul named it as one of the foremost daughters of charity: "Charity...is kind," he wrote.
Kindness is like a beautiful jewel carefully and beautifully wrapped. For to the gem of charity it adds a most attractive packaging of gentleness and considerateness. Kindness is, therefore, an overflow of a thoughtful and selfless love into a realm of speech and action. It is indeed a God-like quality."
The forgotten virtue: Kindness.
I hope you find some kindness in your day!