Do you have a kind spirit?

Are you a kind person? Do you care about others as much or more than  yourself. Are you the most important person in the room and see others as beneath your superiority? These are questions that if you are not asking yourself,  maybe you should.

Everyone on this planet is different.  There are no two people exactly alike. Even identical twins are not identical in spirit and observe their selves and others differently. My question to you is not only are you a kind person but how do we know if someone else is truly kind? You have to determine you for yourself. As far as others, there are two sure fire ways I know if someone is truly a kind individual.

Number one is the reaction of a small child around this person. Now I don’t mean when the child is acting shy or maybe even cautious of this other person because the child doesn’t know him or her. Most children will show both of these emotions to anyone they don’t know yet.  However if you watch the child, you can tell alot about this other person. A kind person will still draw the child’s curiosity. He or she may be hugged up to mom or dad’s leg but still want to take glimpses of this new person.

If this stranger doesn’t have a kind spirit,  the child will never take another look. Instead,  the little one will grip mom or dad’s leg as tight as possible, hiding their face in the parents leg and never even attempt to take another peek.

Small blonde child walking in back yard
Little ones know

How can a small child have these strong feelings at such a young age? This is because this little person has yet to be damaged by society.  You heard me right. Let’s put the child at say four years or younger depending when they start school. The child is still living by instinct. Once they go to school things change. The child is forced to deal with all kinds of different people and to learn to get along and accept others no matter what. Now I’m not talking about race or handicaps or stuff like that because the child hasn’t been introduced to any such feelings just yet. I’m talking about kind and unkind people and trusting in both the same.

Once in school, usually starting first grade society has started to take hold and instinct is starting to be less involved. If the parents are not on top of these new emotions, then society will take it’s hold and instinct will start to wither away. This will be the first start of bad thoughts of others because of differences like race, religion, mental abilities, athletic abilities, clothing  or any other Stupid reason not to like someone else for. However,  they will loose the ability to look out for the one thing they should be watching for and that is someone that may really harm them. Society has now started taking over!

This is what sets humans apart from animals. No matter how old a animal gets, instinct is still there. We as humans tend to over look our instincts and that is why alot of humans tend to get into dangerous situations without even seeing it coming.

The second way I know if someone I’m talking to is kind or not is by watching my dog. Of course a dog is going to protect his master no matter what. But if you really know your dog, you can tell when something is really not right. No matter how well trained your dog is, he will advise you when something is wrong even if he is going to get in trouble for it. Your dog is not only your protector but also and sometimes more importantly, your advisor of danger.

Golden retriever sitting, looking straight ahead
Protector and advisor of danger

They say a dog can smell fear. I truly believe this to be fact. I also believe a dog can smell or sense a kind or unkind spirit in a person. If you are a unkind person and have a dog, the dog will protect you because they are so loyal. However, the dog will also be leary of you and never completely trust you.

So there it is. Are you a kind spirited person or not? If you’re not sure, watch a child or dog. They will let you know the truth about you! Until next time, Remember we are all in this together.

Published by C.S.I

United States Veteran. Spent time as over the road truck driver and copper miner. Trying my hand at blogging since retired due to becoming disabled working in copper mine.

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