"Kindness in words creates confidence. Kindness in thinking creates profoundness. Kindness in giving creates love."—Lao Tzu
I'm feeling rather generous today. I don't know what that's all about. Many of you have commented here that you've already read my book. Some of you have left comments and those mean so much to me. I've decided to give a free book away today along with a personal letter and gift. I don't know what the gift will be yet.
If you've already read my book, Lessons from the Monk I Married, it's a wonderful gift to giveaway to friends or family, so don't pass up entering in on this.
Recently I've received THREE books in the mail from two different authors. It is such a wonderful feeling to receive signed books, letters or gifts in the mail. So much is online these days, that we don't take time to send things by post anymore. That makes it all the more exciting to receive a gift or package in the mail!
I guess I've recently been the recipient of so much generosity, I feel I'd like to also offer something to my readers here.
If you are interested in this giveaway, please just leave a comment in the comment section mentioning that you'd like to be part of the giveaway and please join my blog community on either Facebook, Blogger or Networked Blogs, or all three!
Also, since I'm doing 365 days of Inspirations for 2013, I'd love it if you would let me know of an inspiration—a person, place or thing—that you'd be interested in reading about on this blog.
I often do guest posts and interviews, so if you'd like to do an exchange with me or know someone I might interview for my inspirations, I'd love to hear about it.
Oh! and I'd love it if you'd share my free giveaway on your blog too as there may be some other people who might want to join in. I will randomly pick a name from the comment section of this blog on March 15, 2013. That person will receive these gifts from me. Thanks for reading and being here and now a few questions for YOU!
Special note: Kirsty is the winner of my giveaway! You can read about it here.
What do you find inspiring? What person, place or thing is inspiring to you?