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It's so nice to be nice focuses on improving kindness and character. The writer shares her life, challenges, and success in these areas as well.

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Latest Blog Posts for It's so nice to be nice

  • Could you forgive?
    on Jun 11, 2009 in Uncategorized
    I think that I’m a pretty forgiving person, but I’m not sure how I would respond if I were in Brryan Jackson’s shoes. Please read his story below, taken from the Associated Press. It’s truly a story of forgiveness and redempti...
  • The Anonymous Blooms
    on Jun 10, 2009 in Uncategorized
    I walked into a colleagues office yesterday, looking for envelopes when I heard her sharing a story with another. Their conversation went something like this: Staff Member A:  I just couldn’t believe it. I got home and there were fushia flowe...
  • Learning to Accept Gratitude
    on Jun 9, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Yesterday, I had the honor of attending the high school graduation of a former student. He was one of four salutatorians at Cass Tech, a high-school in Detroit. He called Friday afternoon, inviting me to the celebration. Honestly, I was completely sh...
  • The Good Samaritan
    on Jun 8, 2009 in Uncategorized
    The article below was in today’s Detroit Free Press. I was immediately saddened because it’s such an unfortunate incident. When so many drive by in a hurry or out of fear, one man had the courage and desire to share his time, to help out...
  • Patience: A test
    on Jun 7, 2009 in Uncategorized
    I spent my Saturday on a roller coaster with my sister, ten years my junior. She wanted to get a second tattoo. I didn’t support the first one, but since she is a young adult and is entitled to do whatever she chooses to her body, I only sugges...
  • Smokey says it takes time
    on Jun 5, 2009 in Uncategorized
    Another step towards patience is just understanding that somethings just take time. Whether it’s the construction of a new museum, completing a degree, breaking a smoking habit, or ending a destructive relationship, they don’t take place...
  • Opt out of Impatience
    on Jun 4, 2009 in Uncategorized
    So earlier this week, I wrote about my lack of patience in various situations. Later, in a notebook, I brainstormed strategies to increase this virtue in my life and  since we’re all works in progress, I thought I’d share. My first step...
  • A Supreme Court Justice Came on a Whim?
    on Jun 3, 2009 in Uncategorized
    I just couldn’t resist adding this video. It’s wonderful really. Many may have various opinions about Justice Thomas, but there’s no questioning his character in this perfect display of generosity and service to the community. IR...
  • Impatience = Selfishness
    on Jun 2, 2009 in Uncategorized
    The calendar that I keep on my desks reads, “Although we don’t always think of it in these terms, impatience reveals a selfish and often mean spirit, while patience is really an act of kindness.” I never thought that impatience reve...
  • And a child shall lead them…..Just wanted to share this video. I’ve often thought that neighbors could chip in when the city falls behind in its mowing schedule. Here’s a kid that not only thought about it, but he’s doing something about it. more about “...
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