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1. Examples from day to day:

-You give way in the street or your position to someone who is in a hurry or loaded.

-Give your seat to someone who needs it more

-Prepare a meal that the person you love so much likes.

-Give a few minutes of your time listening carefully to that troubled friend.

-Leave a container with clean water outside your house or building for a Stray puppy

-Offer to help a friend / relative / colleague with a task, for example washing dishes, paying a bill, etc.

-Make an affectionate call to someone with whom you have not spoken in a long time or who you know is going through difficult times.

-Give a few massages with love

-Give a tight hug and show your love and appreciation

-Giving a smile on the bus, in the bank line or in the subway.

-Be nice to a telemarketer.

-Helping up and down the ramp on the bus for people in wheelchairs

-Give way to a cyclist and do not hurry with honking to those who are crossing (for drivers)

-Return that book or cd that they lent you a long time ago 😜

-Take your pet for a walk

-Gift your talent / strength to someone in need

2. Examples from the environment:

-Turn off the water when you are brushing your teeth or applying a hair cream.

-Recycle your waste for at least this week.

-At least one day without consuming meat, as a gift to all the animals in the world 😊🙌🏽

-Climb the stairs to your office or home this week to avoid energy misuse and to be kind to your body and mind.

- Use your dusty bicycle or feet instead of using your car today. 😊

-Take advantage of the water with which you washed or cooked your vegetables, in your little plants

3. Examples at work:

Kind message to a coworker at your desk.

- "Gratitude Bank" - a blank "checkbook" is distributed (in the computer / classroom / company) and a box (of shoes can be) to "deposit" the thanks to a person. On the day of kindness the box is opened and the acknowledgments are read.

- “110 messages of appreciation” - (110 is a reference) see if you can collect a large number of post-its for each person in your close group (class-team) and post them in a visible place that day (wall of the living room - work cubicle)

- "Coupons" - 6 coupons for work in a box / tray / bowl, etc.

1. You can leave early today

2. Thank you very much for…

3. Long weekend. You've worked hard and so take a long weekend, we give you Monday!

4. Have a long lunch. You have worked hard and we appreciate it, take one more hour to have a delicious lunch and a walk!

5. You brighten our day! Thank you for your joy and positivity.

6. Get some more sleep - You've worked hard, so you can come later tomorrow! Take advantage of sleeping a little more and resting.

World Kindness Day is celebrated on November 13 of each year. It is a day that encourages individuals to abolish borders, origins and religion. A few minutes of our time are enough to spread a smile and good humor around us.

Appeared in Japan in the 1960s, the Small Kindness Movement wanted to stall the rise in violence at the University of Tokyo. Its president thought that if each one had a little daily attention to the others, kindness would end up filling the campus, the city and the country.

The World Kindness Movement (" World Kindness Movement "), born in 1997, launched Kindness Day on November 13. Today it has millions of members in nineteen countries, and Cronobank joins them.


On November 13, the proposal is to perform acts of kindness towards others: start with a smile and then you can leave your seat on the bus, help carry the purchases, give a book that you have already read, bring a cake and share it with your collective.

Benefits of Kindness:

1. Helping others is helping yourself:

Children who are sociable, that is, kind and attentive to others, are not only more appreciated than others, but they are also better in school. A study with children who shared comparable school difficulties showed that those who volunteered to help others do their homework further improved their own results. With an identical school level from the beginning, those who help get better grades, two years later, than those who have worked only for themselves. You also get a better self-esteem and a more positive image of the school. This is a sample of how helping others is actually helping yourself ...

2. Forgiveness is good for the heart:

What if forgiveness was good for the cardiovascular system? Volunteers had to report two opposite situations after an attack. At first, they were asked to imagine taking revenge. To feed their resentments, they had to think about their injuries, the pain suffered ... In a second moment, they were invited to forgive, to think that the aggressor was a human being like them, with their difficulties ... in short, they were asked to be empathetic. The verdict of the electrocardiograms and of the physiological measurements carried out in the two situations was very clear: negative emotions and resentment were linked to an increase in heart rate and blood pressure. While in a state of empathy, the physiological stress of those same people immediately dropped. Grudge is not good for your health!

Comparte actos de amabilidad!

Como movimiento te invitamos a descargar y compartir, de forma digital o física, una o varias acciones de amabilidad a quien desees. 
Para ello, te sugerimos:
-Escoger una o varias acciones de amabilidad que desees realizar.
-Realizar ese acto de amabilidad.
-Luego de ello, compartirlo con quienes elijas.

Puedes compartir cuantas veces quieras y las posibilidades son ilimitadas! La amabilidad es contagiosa y lo que más necesitan nuestros entornos. Súmate!

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