Thursday Perspective - "God Bless You"

Last week, Steven told me this story about an act of anonymous kindness. Someone we know was headed through the Chik-fil-a drive thru and had ordered food for their entire family. They pulled up to the window to pay and the person at the window said, "The driver ahead of you paid for your meals and said to say God Bless you."

It got me thinking. How often do we do something random and show kindness without needing notoriety. That person won't ever know who they blessed and the blessed will never know the blesser. Thus, making love and generosity the reason for the blessing.

As we head into the holiday season, how can you anonymously bless others?


  1. When I used to work in the food industry people would do that quite often. It was really surprising, and they usually tipped us well too.

    I always see homeless people standing by where I take the train, and I always think to myself that I should give them some food or some cash (but I never have any).

  2. I'm gonna try that! I've done that kind of thing in the past but I'm ashamed to say that it's been a long long time.

    Maybe tomorrow? Hmmm



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