Kindness Recipe

"The following is something the majority of us must learn and adapt to. I, like many, am not "perfect." As we grow older, we realize that there are many flaws within this world of ours and it is sometimes difficult dealing and accepting those flaws. The words in this verse certainly give us food for thought!... I found this on grouprecipes.This would make a great gift."
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Ready In:


  • 1 empty jar
  • 1 piece paper


  • Fold two hands together,.
  • And express a dash of sorrow,.
  • Marinate it overnight,.
  • And work on it tomorrow.
  • Chop one grudge in tiny pieces,.
  • Add several cups of love,.
  • Dredge with a large sized smile,.
  • And mix the ingredients above.
  • Dissolve the hate within you,.
  • By doing a very good deed,.
  • Dash in some help for any friend,.
  • If they should be in need.
  • Stir in laughter, love and kindness,.
  • From the heart it has to come,.
  • Mix with genuine forgiveness,.
  • And give your neighbour some.
  • The amount of people you can serve,.
  • From the recipe above,.
  • Is in the quality of its ingredients,.
  • And unlimited amounts of love.
  • This recipe's for the whole wide world,.
  • For everyone to make,.
  • Just get it all together,.
  • And cook for God's own sake!

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  1. A beautiful, inspirational and common sense recipe that becomes more delicious with the sharing. This is one which begins in the home, extends to the neighborhood, flourishes in a community and easily spreads across oceans. Essentially, it's a proven recipe for the survival of humankind that need be passed from generation to generation. Made for PRMR.
  2. This would have to be the best recipe I have ever read. Beautiful, we loved it and deserves more than 5 stars.
  3. absolutely perfect. thank you for sharing littlemafia~
  4. Wow, I really needed to read this right about now! Thanks so much for posting, littlemafia.
  5. I gave this 5 stars. So nice! I'm not a big poem person but this is very nice to read. Now to practice it everyday! Thanks for posting! Christine (internetnut)


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