An Act Of Kindness — The Creator Writings via Jennifer Farley – January 25, 2020

With the current shift, quite a few people are having a tough go of things.  This is why The Universe is asking you to engage in an act of kindness today.  Whether it be a few words, holding space for someone just learning the ropes or doing something nice for yourself…every thought/act of kindness multiplies and comes back ten-fold. (Smiling) In a divided society, kindness is the one thing that will bring you all together again. ~ Creator

Source: The Creator Writings

The Creator Writings via Jennifer Farley – December 10, 2019

By now, The Universe is sure you are aware of holding space for another so they can release, process and move forward with their life.  But, what about holding or taking up space for yourself?  At first it may sound like a selfish thing to do but, you must remember, self-care is always a loving act of kindness!  Giving to yourself is just as important as giving to others.  You are worthy and deserving of this gift…use it! ~ Creator

Source: The Creator Writings

Instead of Ticketing Elderly Woman for Tall Grass, This Cop Mowed it For Her — The Free Thought Project – June 11, 2019

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Instead of fining an elderly woman for her tall grass or arresting her, a Minnesota cop used discretion and kindness and mowed it for her.

Orono, MN — In case after case, the Free Thought Project has reported on countless incidents of police officers responding to welfare checks and killing or maiming the innocent recipients in the process. We’ve also reported on multiple incidents of the American police state targeting elderly people who are unable to mow their grass. However, what makes this case out of Orono, Minn. so unique is that this same scenario started just like the aforementioned ones, but thanks to officer Matt Siltala, it ended in the exact opposite manner—with kindness, instead of extortion and violence.

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