You have the right to be kind. Anything you say can be said in a nice way. You have the right to speak with kindness.
Hey, America! Let’s rise up and claim our right to bear kindness in our arms and in our words! We can call it the kindness amendment. Amend you life to be consistently kind to everybody, whether you like or agree with them, or not.
Be the kindness you want to see in the world. Kindness is a melody. It’s a great way to get people to harmonize. Kindness connects people.
Do you need help understanding some of the feelings being voiced today? The popular myth says that if racial injustice (past or present) is hidden, it’s healed. The pain of people of color loudly defies that myth. Listen.
Color-kindness listens. Color-blindness refuses to hear and understand. Perhaps it’s time to unmask American history and boldly examine the full story. My book, Off the RACE Track–From Color-Blind to Color-Kind can help you do that.