Have you ever been having a really tough day, and an unexpected moment of kindness suddenly lifted your spirits?
Kindness and patience are wonderful gifts that we can give to others. They don’t cost a thing, and they can mean so much to us when we’re feeling fatigued, worried or even irritable.
Recent national events, such as the fatal shooting at a Tulsa, Okla. medical building, in addition to the difficulties of the last two years have been very emotionally and physically taxing on our team members.
We’re each doing the best we can under difficult circumstances. This includes everyone, whether you’re a parent, nurse, teacher, delivery driver, retiree, emergency worker, retail worker, etc.
So, at this daunting and exhausting time for our health care workers, we ask you to please consider giving them the gift of kindness as well as patience. It will mean so much to them.
Not only that, helping someone else feels good! Always remember that the smallest act of kindness can have ripple effects, making the world a happier place for everyone.
Visit the Bon Secours website to learn more about our ministry, and what we’re doing to keep our patients, associates and communities safe.