Kindness: Unkind People

Some people’s pain are bleeding. I have learned that when people are unkind towards you and they keep on hurting you; when you dig deeper, look further, and try to see things beyond the surface, these people are damaged from the inside out. They are simply projecting what they feel inside to everyone around them. That is why it is very important to be kind to everyone around you.

You can try to save them, but eventually you will fail, if they do not acknowledge it by themselves. If they refuse to change, you do not need to fight back, simply walk away. Love them from afar. Wish them well. Never think about revenge or bad karma. All they need is love, understanding, compassion and forgiveness. Imagine if it was you in their shoes, it must be really difficult for them. They do not know how to heal themselves. They have excessive and uncontrolled hatred deep within their hearts and souls.

The pain is not there for us to become bitter, but rather, all life’s hardships are there to teach us how to become stronger and wiser. Unfortunately, not everyone see it that way. Difficult times in our lives and mistakes are inevitable. We are all wounded, and scarred people. Two things happen, we either come out full of wisdom, or never come out at all.

Some people are stuck with the pain. They can’t surpass the darkness that they feel deep within their hearts and souls. They let trauma, hatred, and pain consume them. They would rather accept defeat, than to stand up and bounce back. As a result, they become toxic to be around. Hopefully someday, they will realise that once they face all their inner darkness within them, once they move forward beyond the pain, that is where true happiness begins. Remain calm, do not retaliate, stay kind and keep shining your light. Kindness, they need it the most! The world needs your light!

“Just because people are unkind to you, doesn’t mean you have to be unkind back. That’s how the world changes – one brave person like you being kind” ~ Bryant McGill

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26 thoughts on “Kindness: Unkind People

  1. • You’re absolutely right, we can’t save them; Jesus saves.

    • All we can do, is keep shining the light.

    • All they need is love, understanding, compassion and forgiveness; indeed!

    The world needs your light, keep shining; into the darkness! Wonderful points, God bless!

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    1. I agree with you. God is our saviour and strength. Redeemer of our sins and saviour of our souls. Keep shining your light! May God blessings shine upon you, with all His warmth and care, protect you and keep you safe. All the very best, my best wishes to you. Have a fabulous day! 😊

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  2. Tooth for tooth or eye for an eye – is not the essence of love, but when we come across people who have bitterness in their heart – we may answer with thoughts of love and kindness – this will help them a bit (many are not even aware of their unsatisfactory life – they had a shortage of love and need more love…)
    Thanks for sharing my dear friend
    Best wishes
    Didi

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    1. Spreading love and kindness everywhere we go. It’s true they need more love. Thanks to you as well my friend. You are lovely and kind. I can see that radiating light you have, it’s shining brightly! You have a beautiful heart, and soul. Thanks very much for your lovely comment. 😊

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  3. I have met very a lot of unkind people and I realized at the end of the day they are just hurt. No one who is loved treats people that way. I hope by treating them with kindness; they might learn to do the same for others. Take care, Dave

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    1. Thank you for taking the time to read my posts. Well said, lovely comment! Yes indeed! They are hurt, all they need is love. This clearly shows how amazing you really are! All that goodness, and humility within you. The light you have is shining so brightly! 😊

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  4. Thank you for visiting my blog. I appreciate your clearly stated wisdom. I have out actually easier to forgive people than to harbor resentments against them. (Of course, the greater the offense, the harder it is to forgive.) I wish you much success in your path.

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    1. Thank you for reading my post. Yes, indeed! It’s always better to forgive, than to hold grudges. I love your comment. You are kind and lovely! I wish you all the very best in life.

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