How to Spread More Love in the World

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How Could You Spread More Love and Kindness Into the World

Spreading love... it’s easy to do and there are so many ways to do it. 

And as soon as you do, you can immediately see the benefits in yourself, the people around you and in the world.

We all encounter negativity, hate and prejudice in our life - but when we respond with love and kindness - we make the world a better place.

We invite you to do whatever you can to bring more love and kindness into the world.

Starting with yourself and how you treat others - spread your message of love like a wildfire. 

It only takes one small act to spread love and kindness.

So... we ask you today to think for yourself...
How could you spread more love and kindness into the world?

Here's Our Suggestion:

Give Up Judging Others

Wake up in the morning and commit, “Today I will not judge anyone”.

Everyone is fighting their own battles.
Everyone walk their own journey in life. 

Give people the freedom to be themselves. 

Focus on your own actions and attitudes – these are the only things you can control.

Simply ask yourself:

  • How can I be a better person?
  • How can I make the world a better place?

In most cases, you probably don’t know the reason why a person is doing something that you think is weird or off in some way.

You’ve probably done some things other people might find bizarre, but there was a reason for your actions, right?

Instead of quickly judging them... think of possible reasons they’re doing what they’re doing.

Now It's Your Turn

Let us know in the comment box below, how could you spread more love and kindness into the world?

And you can win a personal life coaching session with Vered - to help you get clarity on any goal, issue or challenge in your life.

We can’t wait to read your comment and get inspired.

And until then...

Live fully, stay awesome…

Vered & Nisandeh Neta

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  • Smile at people. I always see that when I am on my bike and smile at the oncoming people on their bikes, they cannot help themselves and smile back 🙂

    Be quick to say sorry in situations where you don’t know the person and are not likely to see them again soon – so for instance when someone bumps into you (literally) in the supermarket for instance. Even though they bumped into you: just say sorry and be on your merry way, don’t sweat it.

    Tell someone out of the blue that you love them.

    I tell people that are looking for stuff in the supermarket where to look. It is mostly appreciated (even though I am meddling into something I have nothing to do with).

    Send a postcard. It is always appreciated.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Elske for your wonderful contribution here and your fantastic ways of spreading love in the world.
      It’s funny how the simple stuff, like smile and a good word can make such a huge difference in daily life.
      THanks for doing it and bringing love and kindness into the world

  • Every day I realize myself that I am only for a very short period on this planet. That brings me the understanding that there is much value hidden in searching for the pearls in my heart that let me glow and grow. The warmth and love that this brings, I will influence my innercircle my family, but step by step I know it grows and moves on and finally it creates a lovely and healthy planet.
    Embrace and love life even if it’s hard sometimes. It’s worth it!
    I use the game “geluksvogels” we my family to guide us.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Mique for your contribution here on the blog and in spreading more love in the world

  • Anita Westhuis says:

    Thank you so much for these words. I too really needed them because I was also feeling like I was in one camp. Reading your message made me realize I was judging too so thanx.

    Good idea to share it on FB. I will start with just being the good example and start talking about this with my kids who live with me 50%. They are the future and it’s my job as a parent to be the example and teach them in a right way!

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Anita for your contribution.
      I guess at the end of the day, if we wish to make a better place, being a loving person and a good role model for our kids is the BEST we can do.

  • Goodmorning Vered,
    Thank you for these thoughts how the make the world a better and more loving place.
    I would love to make the world a better place instantly… but how to do that?

    Yesterday I woke up and went through my normal routine, (coffee, cat, shower, breakfast) unfortunately meditation and WHM breathing is not one of them.
    I realized if I don’t find it worth the 30 min of time to spend on myself, how can I find my time valuable enough to spend on others?

    Make the world a better place by start accepting yourself as you are (as I am) and love yourself because of what you are, that gives me a great feeling and has effect on others.

    So I will start with the second day of my (new-) routine, smile to others and don’t judge them but show in words, thoughts and behavior love and kindness, starting when I m on the road in traffic….??
    Make it a great day?

  • I like this approach of not judging and actually thinking what the reason could be that somebody acts the way they do.

    I have been practicing this for a while now and find it really helps to just see people, instead of judging them and having to say something about them.

    Another thing I recently started to do is to “fix” something right away, instead of mumbling about it: for example – I found a baby-toy at a street corner, surely something the kid who lost it loves dearly. So I picked it up and placed it on structure at eye-level – giving it a chance to find its way back to the family.

    Or – often, free scooters are left in the middle of bike-ways here in Vienna. So instead of cursing the person who thoughtlessly left it there, creating a hazard for any bicyclist I got off my bike and placed to scooter to the side. (I must admit, I cursed first and then did what needed to be done).

    This little “instant fixings” actually make me feel very content when I do them – you can see right away that you did something to make things better.

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Cora for this amazing example how we each can bring more love into the world and at the same time make a difference.
      I love this!

  • Japke Englebert says:

    Dear Nisandeh and Vered. By sharing the nice lovely messages I see on face book.

    Funny today I woke and thought how can I make my own love inspiring messages and you make me think about this again.

    Today I start sharing my little angels on Facebook. Further just give a smile to people you met in the shop or the street. Be aware of your surrounding and the people around you. No judging is a great gift. ❤️

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Japke for your lovely and simple example how we can bring more love into the world. Smiling is the quickest way to bring love.
      Thanks for this reminder

  • 1) Pavlov effect
    2) Change Your Thoughts: CHANGE EVERYTHING – Bruce Lipton
    3) How to Meditate The Right Way For Best Results …FT Dr Joe Dispenza

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Frank for this input.
      Curious to know what was your main insight from these books and how did you implement them in your daily life?

  • Hi Vered and Nisandeh,
    I spread more love and light by posting uplifting messages at my Facebook account and on instagram every morning except the weekends. Once a week I have a live session at Facebook.
    Right now I’m taking a break, a little vacation because I also need time for myself.
    I’m curious how I can mannage this all better.
    With love and light, Adeline?

    • Vered Neta says:

      Good to hear you’re also being kind to yourself Adeline and taking a time-out.
      Love your idea of positive and uplifting messages on Social Media, we need that input there besides the normal negative one that we tend to find there.
      So thanks for contributing for a kinder and loving space there.

  • Roos Euson says:

    Give a compliment to 10 People today.

    • Vered Neta says:

      This is a WONDERFUL idea Roos.
      Thanks for this fantastic and valuable contribution

  • Petra de Haas says:

    Dear Nisandeh and Vered, Love is indeed the biggest asset we need now. In these times of worldwide suppression it’s hard to feel and give it in different ways. I, too, find it hard not to drop in hating suppressors where the camp seems to grow bigger, and it makes me doubt myself. I try to help people around me. People who need my help in a spiritual way. I found out that I help myself too, because it’s nice to talk with similar minded people. Love is invincible no matter how dark the clouds. Love Petra

    Beste Nisandeh en Vared, Liefde is inderdaad het grootste goed dat we nu nodig hebben. In deze tijd van wereldwijde onderdrukking is het moeilijk op allerlei manieren om dat te voelen en te geven. Ook ik vind het moeilijk om niet te vervallen in haat van onderdrukkers waarvan het kamp steeds groter lijkt te worden en ga ik wel eens aan mezelf twijfelen. En daarom probeer ik mensen om me heen te helpen. De mensen die mijn hulp nodig hebben op een spirituele manier. En ik heb gemerkt dat ik daar dan vanzelf mezelf mee help omdat het fijn is om te praten met gelijk gestemden. Liefde is onoverwinnelijk hoe donker de wolken ook zijn. Liefs Petra

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thank you Petra for your input.
      When we come from love we don’t see them as “suppressors” but as people who have a different point-of-view and a different way of solving a challenge than we do and then there is no need to fall into hate.
      Let’s start bu accepting people whatever their point-of-view is or even their actions.

      When we come from Love we KNOW all IS Good already… that makes it easier to spread the love that we have inside of us and be kind to those who are different that us.

      • I so agree, Vered!
        Sometimes I have a hard time with the minority that doesnot want to be vaccinated – that is what this is about I guess, when the word ‘suppressors ‘ is used, momentarily – it’s not about totalitairy regimes with dictators in banana republics, it is most likely people criticising our very own reality/ government.
        But every body is sailing blind with the Covid-19 issue and hoping to have the best way out. I do not agree with every measure taken, but I will conform, based on the idea that Covid is worse.
        I may have a hard time with the non-vaccers, though sometimes I can understand their arguments (and sometimes simply not). But we will get through these times eventually and mutual tolerance (read ‘love’) is of the utmost importance.

        • Vered Neta says:

          Thank you Frank for your input.
          I think COVID-19 is an opportunity for all of us to move into the Age of Kindness and learn to be KIND to each other no matter what opinions we have. It’s also an opportunity to learn to take RESPONSIBILITY for the choices that we make, without blaming others or institutions.

  • Gerard Heikens says:

    Just woke up, prepared for the day and a meeting to come.
    So, I just, before I read your mail, hé Gerard, don’t grumble in your thoughts, smile and be positive..
    Now your mail and love: what happens to me… when I am in touch with people, I always live up, automatically..
    So I say to myself:
    … So, for a start, give, give, give, as a guide to your fellows to meet, be supportive..
    ..Don’t be afraid, .. that’s your grumble.., you will see what you get in return and be happy about whatever you get..
    This is what happens to me when you write..
    So thanks for your stimulus and have a great day.. sunny from the inside, be it cold outside..??

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks Gerard for this wonderful input.

      I totally agree with you GIVING is the best way to create great relationships and make a better world.
      But even better it makes US feel better about ourselves and teh world.
      Thank you for pointing this out.

  • Hi Nisandeh and Vered, it’s these questions that made me a decision a week ago:
    I work only half a day so I can become a better person, for myself and my surroundings.
    It works! I feel more space, more freedom, less stress and I am more productive.
    I even have time to write a comment on this blog ;).

    Have a great day!
    hugs Hugo

    • Vered Neta says:

      Thanks for this wonderful contribution Hugo.
      Curious to know what you do with the next part of the day that allows you to become a better person?
      It’s always the better questions that allows us to grow.

      • That’s the question indeed, what am i going to do in the afternoons? Making time and space to do whatever i want, always with the goal to help somebody.

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