The tag reads: ”Take it home, hang it in your yard, and remember to spread kindness throughout our world. “
Ok, so yesterday I was pulling into the parking lot at Virginia G. Piper Cancer Treatment Center on Shea & 92nd Street in Scottsdale. I was there to give volunteer reiki sessions to cancer patients. My energy was low and I was doing a lot of motivational self-talk to try to uplift my mood and physical energy.
Parking is sparse there in the front lot, but I saw a couple of empty spots; a nice shady spot in the very front and a spot in the back of the lot. I started to take that primo spot then decided to leave it for someone who was truly needful of a short walk to the front door.
As I pulled into that spot at the back of the lot my eye quickly found a lovely bell hanging from a tree limb just next to my parking spot. It took only a second to realize it was a Ben’s Bell. Have you heard of them? I had, and having just found one instantly uplifted my mood. Filled with gratitude and happiness, I walked forth into the rest of my day.
Visit www.bensbells.org to read the terrific story behind this crusade for kindness.