Don't you love nice, kind people? You know, the ones: You feel good just being around them. They do thoughtful things. They go out of their way to make you feel welcomed, loved, supported, thought of, and blessed.
They don't seem to feel obligated or stressed. They simply do kind things. Sure, prosperity, skill, talent, perseverance, and burning the midnight oil are bright, shiny badges, but good old fashion, home-grown kindness, always catches the eye and heart. It draws attention to the soul.
Kindness softens us. Reminds me to let go. Fills us with love.
Every Act of Love and Kindness Raises the Vibration of the Entire Universe
Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese philosophy based on reverence towards asymmetry, irregularity, simplicity, austerity, modesty, intimacy, impermanence and appreciation of objects and their natural processes. Wabi-Sabi is something that brings about a sense of spiritual longing and beauty. It also refers to a certain quirkiness that adds uniqueness and elegance. In other words, “flawed-beauty” is considered divine.