A principle for "kind" living is to leave people feeling better about themselves as a result of having met you.
Ask yourself: "What can I say to this person to give him a positive feeling?"
Be sincere in what you say. The goal is not to flatter or to give people a false sense of having attributes they are missing. Rather the goal is to keep on developing your own "good eye" to see the positive in each person.
When you develop positive feelings about others, what you say makes them feel good, as does how you say it -- i.e. with a kind look on your face and a smile.
An entertaining look at 100 Years of Movies featuring a memorable scene from each year. You'd have to be a huge movie fan to recognize and be able to name all the movies these scenes came from. I think going to the movies or staying home and watching a movie is something most people enjoy doing for entertainment. If you enjoyed this video you might also like to see 50 Beautiful Movie Stars.
António Guterres, Holocaust Memorial. United Nations, 27 Jan
Van Morrison - A Sense of Wonder (Lyrics on screen)
Watch this amazing video from the 1930s of Jews in the Zionist Youth Movement in Hungary! Footage courtesy of the Video Archive of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.
The Sounds Of Silence (Live) by Simon & Garfunkel (52 years later) this was in 2010