Simple deeds which we take for granted and term “insignificant” are some of the most powerful deeds that can cause extraordinary impacts in the world. These miracles cause ripple effects that transform lives totally and completely for the best. It is such tiny miracles as I like to call them that speaks more than words. Remember the saying, “action speaks louder than words”? Well, this is it. Here are some examples:

HUGS

If there is anything, any action that says so much more than words, it is a hug. Hugs, especially from the right people are superbly awesome and highly uplifting. It speaks volumes and brings mighty comfort. It is a welcome embrace that is all-encompassing. A hug says, I love you, I miss you, I need you, I will always be here for you, Just let all your pain slip away etc. Not everyone would understand what you are going through but a hug says it all. A hug can say a million things where words fail you.

KIND WORDS

You can never overemphasize the value of kind words. They are a formidable source of power and encouragement to others. A kind word can change the lives of others. It doesn’t take much to do this but you would never believe the magnitude of impact it has. Kind words work miracles and transform lives positively as it magnifies the strong suits of others. A Turkish proverb says, “Kind words will unlock an iron door”. It can work magic and have the most rippling effect. If you wouldn’t like to hear the words you dish out on others for yourself, don’t dish it out in the first place.

READING TO SOMEONE

Reading is one sure way to get someone’s mind off pain and miseries. Reading to someone is a great gesture which shows that you have enough time to go on an exciting journey with them in books. It shows you care enough to want to bring the person many more moments of happiness and love. Especially to the older ones, this is one gesture truly appreciated by most. 

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