Job 6; 14 ''“Anyone who withholds kindness from a friend forsakes the fear of the Almighty.''
As humans, we communicate with each other by our speech, bodily gestures and looks. Is kindness infiltrated into these acts to others that we encounter? Kindness is one of the fruits of the Spirit, but do we bear it? Without kindness, no act is truly done in love.
''In most cases, kindness is not beyond any of us because it usually costs no money. It may take the sacrifice of time and energy. It may require the discipline to be thoughtful of others' needs and to make the effort to act. How much is required to cultivate smiling rather than frowning? to pay a visit? to say a word of encouragement or comfort? to show friendliness by warmly and sincerely shaking hands?''
Kindness is kind of like a good first impression, you either show it or blow it. Do unto others, as you'd have them do to you.