How are you?

If you ask me this question, most times I am totally willing to tell you, so beware of that.  If you want to be a part of my life, if I want to be a part of yours, then we have to communicate what’s going on in there (Bexy points mentally to her head).  That’s how interpersonal relationships and support structures are made, kept and developed.  Thing is, it takes more than one person to communicate effectively, it takes at least two:

  1. TalkerTalkers


  1. ListenerListeners

Most of all it takes both sides

to swap roles






Actually this does sound about right: Sound advice to me.

Try listening, wait for the person to calm down, as more than likely, the poor bastard is going through hell and needs to get to the peaceful place to hear anything, so please be patient.


Skilled opportunist

When you get the opportunity, please take the time to teach someone a skill you know, if that skill be a constructive one like gardening, first aid or listening with a loving heart…

The word opportunist has a bad press, but that I believe I am a skilled opportunist for kindness.  That is to say if there’s an opportunity before me to be kind, I would like to think I would go for it.  I most certainly will keep an eye open for ways to share this skill.

This world sure seems to need more kindness.