The World of Grandpa Don

A Morsel of Kindness

Leo Tolstoy, the great Russian writer, tells of the time he was walking down the street and passed a beggar. Tolstoy reached into his pocket to give the beggar some money, but his pocket was empty. Tolstoy turned to the man and said, "I'm sorry, my brother, but I have nothing to give."

The beggar brightened and said, "You have given me more than I asked for --- you have called me brother."

From Max Lucado
Grace for the Moment


Sometimes just being civil to a person is enough of a kindness.

Going the extra step and being pleasant is even better.

But making someone feel worthwhile and as important in your eyes as he is in the eyes of God can be worth all the money in the world. 

Don Plefka



Be More Kind than You Need to Be ...

You are invited to perform acts of kindness whenever the opportunity presents itself. Help to make this world a better place. Some examples are recorded on this page. I will add to them as they are brought to mind


A Morsel of Kindness

The World of Grandpa Don 

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