November is a time where kindness and sharing are brought to the forefront. Veteran’s Day, World Kindness Day, and Thanksgiving are all holidays which celevbrate the kindness of strangers and the importance of thinking of others above oneself. World Kindness Day is a celebration of passing kindness forward and looking out for our fellow person, but we believe that every day should be celebrated in this fashion. The same goes for Veteran’s Day and Thanksgiving. On these holidays we make time for others and give thanks to those who have stood by us through thick and thin. Again, this is a facet of life that should be celebrated on any given day.
Our duty to think of others and celebrate those who have sacrificed for us should not be a month long celebration, but an idea embraced throughout the world on every possible occasion. We shouldn’t need an official day to perform random acts of kindness and celebrate togetherness and sacrifice. November may very well be kindness moth, but why should we lock up our benevolence and courtesy for others as soon as December rolls around?
No matter your race, gender, or creed, this Thanksgiving think about what is really important to you and others and how you can incorporate that into your daily life. Time is Love encourages individuals to take the information contained in these pages and apply it to their everyday living. Sure, if every month was November, we would have an excuse to treat others kindly at all times. With the right mentality and motivation for improving the overall life for everyone, why not make every month November? There are plenty of ways to get involved with community and pay kindness forward in very simplistic ways.
Join our effort to spread kindness across the world beyond the moth of November. Give thanks, spread kindness, and build a better world.