Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Teaching Moment


--by OllyOxenFree, posted Mar 11, 2015
Today I held a very intriguing and thought provoking Diversity Discussion with my staff members. As part of our weekly meetings we hold 20-30 minutes to talk about a diversity issue, and how it relates to our jobs.

Today's discussion was held on "Disability." It took a while for the staff to get warmed up, but after they did warm up, it was easy to tell they were engaged and ready to learn more. I was just extremely happy they received the information well and want to learn more.

My act of kindness: simply teaching others to see those that are unseen by society and how we as able bodied people can make the world a better place for them. 
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sfoadey wrote: Oooopsss! Missing letters: please read " your" act of kindness, and stay "blessed"! Thanks! :-)
sfoadey wrote: Totally agree with what you said at the end about you act of kindness. Thanks for helping make our world a better place for all of us. Stay blesse. Namasté!
sandyremillar wrote: Excellent choice! You followed your heart. Bless you!
sandyremillard wrote: Very wise of you to awaken their concern and consideration to those a bit more limited. Thank you!
iman wrote: Wonderful job and inspiring sharing
debbe530 wrote: Thanks for making disabilities more visible.
starryskies wrote: Thanks for discussing this with your staff members and sharing it with us! Definitely an important topic. <3
mindyjourney wrote: Thank you for helping others become more aware and compassionate. Having briefly spent time in a wheelchair, I more fully understand the challenges. Blessings :)
Mish wrote: Sounds like you have a very meaningful job. That is so wonderful. Blessed be.
jomartin87112 wrote: Most excellent! I worked at a residental conference center, one of our guests was in a chair - I took the opportunity to have her tour the facility and give me notes on how our building could be more "chair friendly" - what an eye opener for me! Wow. So kudos to you for this work!

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