I wonder how many of you saw the title of my blog post and thought, “I wonder how many unkind people Dot is going to name and shame?”.

Well I’m sorry to disappoint you, but far from naming and shaming some unkind people, I’d like to offer you these words:

Be kind to unkind people. They need it the most.

I often wonder why some people just seem to want to be unkind to others, and why some of them even seem to enjoy it! I don’t have the answers to these questions, but I believe that these people can change in to loving and caring individuals. I therefore believe that we need to help these folks as must as possible by being kind to them no matter how unkind they are to us or others.


  1. Alice Halliday says:

    We have all at times been unkind or just not done or said as we should. For all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God. Yet, He still goes on and on loving us. And, more importantly, on and on forgiving us. We do though, however, get to the point when saying sorry to Him and others just doesn’t feel the same. This is good because we are now moving into the realms of realising,as scripture says, we can do nothing without Him. We then desperately want to change and go to Him in heartfelt desperation and that is the key to gaining His wondrous help. It is called repentance and differs hugely from the voicing of sorry. He is so gracious though however that He hears and grants us forgiveness from the sorrys while He waits on our realisations that we now need repentances. In other words, we don’t WANT to keep doing or saying those things and want to overcome them and separate ourselves from the cycles. That is when we feel His heavenly force and power come upon us. Thank you, Lord.

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