Daily Aligning with Love, Abundance, and Peace #117

I’m grateful for the kindness of strangers. When I’m aligned with the energy of love, abundance, and peace, I see the kindness of strangers everywhere. I see smiling eyes in grocery stores. I laugh with people at the drive through. I watch how strangers assist each other in everyday life. I can choose to pay attention and be aware of this beauty, or I can get so consumed in the thoughts of past or present that I miss what is happening in the moment. It’s always my choice. If I’m in a negative mindset and/or not present, I’m not a kind stranger. I can’t be because I’m not there. We have to be present to be kind, which makes me appreciate the kindness of strangers even more. I know they are present when they are giving someone their attention. That’s pretty special in my book.

Today, I commit to focusing my attention on the kindness of strangers. Wherever we put our focus, we will see more of. If we are looking for kindness in the world, we will see all kinds of acts of kindness. We don’t even have to leave our house to see it. All we have to do is search acts of kindness on the internet. I guarantee your heart will be filled just watching and reading the stories. If we want to stop contributing to the fear, lack, and separation, we have to put our energy where our love, abundance, and peace GROW. Paying attention to the kindness of strangers reminds me of how many people do care, do show up, and do want to create a positive change in the world. Stay present, stay KIND!

With Love, Abundance, and Peace,

©Rachael Wolff 2020

Author of Letters from a Better Me: How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World

Bring Your Kid to Work Day: Notes on Kindness by Aidan Wolff age 13

“Kindness counts. Kindness matters.”

– Helen Mirren

Kindness is important because without kindness the whole world would be filled with darkness.


One of the acts of kindness I saw at school was in the lunch line. A teacher pulled out her wallet and a couple of coins fell out so the kid behind her picked them up and gave them back to her. He could have chosen to take the coins or let her struggle to pick them up herself but he didn’t, without a thought, he just helped. I like doing this for people too. I like helping people because they react in kindness back. Just like the teacher smiling and saying thank you to the boy behind her.


Another act of kindness I saw was when I was in Busch Gardens with my family. A little boy came up to my sister and said, “You’re very pretty.” At first, I thought it was weird, but then I recognized it was an act of kindness. This was a stranger that saw something special in my sister and wanted to share it with her. If we told more people about what we like about them, instead of focusing on what we don’t, or not saying anything at all, the world would be a better place.

A kind message from Aidan Wolff ©2018

A Message from Rachael Wolff: 

I love when I get the opportunity to show my kids what I do, then have them do it for themselves. They have to research quotes, come up with topics, write a piece, and finally make their own memes. My daughter did it with me last year. You can see that (HERE) 

With Love and Gratitude, 

Rachael Wolff