Future Of Love Reflection

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In Daphne Kingma’s book, The Future of Love, she said, “In the end nothing we do or say in this lifetime will matter as much as the way we have loved one another.” Our actions can be powerful in ways that we will never fully comprehend. The things we do in this world to make a change. Even if it is in the smallest ways it can affect someone 's day or life. We may be fully aware that we are having this effect, but most of the time we don’t recognize it. During the past 2 weeks I attempted to do random acts of kindness. In that 2 weeks I managed to let someone change into my lane, made a fabulous ice cream cake, and have been volunteering to help finish my school’s yearbook.

My first proclaimed random act of kindness was on my drive home
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I didn’t know how I would like it, but I actually ended up loving it. As the semester wound down and the class was almost over small sections of the yearbook still needed work. My yearbook teacher and I began talking one day about the completion of the yearbook. I was the only person in my yearbook class that had a free first period for the following semester. I offered my time during the next semester to help work further on the yearbook. So for the past two months I’ve been revising and adding little things to the yearbook. For me personally, I enjoyed working on the yearbook. Helping create something that future students can reflect back on to remember little things about school.

In these past two weeks, I managed to let someone change into my lane, made a fabulous ice cream cake, and have been volunteering help to finish my school yearbook. These are little things that can make a difference. “In the end, nothing we do or say in this lifetime will matter as much as the way we have loved one another.” We will always remember the things people do for us at some time or another. We will remember how they made us feel and how it just made our day a little bit better. In our short lives we are meant to love one another without stopping to think if they are worth the
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