You are doing a noble thing.

Love this article from Becoming Minimalist.

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A noble thing is to “have or show fine personal qualities or high moral principles and ideals.” And I think you are doing just that:

If you are working today to support yourself and your family—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are being a good neighbor—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are there for your friend when they need help or a listening ear
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are loving and raising your children in an intentional manner—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are taking steps today to steward well the planet we live upon
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are contributing to your community in positive ways rather than harming it with destructive behavior—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are offering kind words today—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are making life easier for those who are suffering—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are pursuing the interests of others rather than looking only to your own interests—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are using talents and skills at your workplace to serve others—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are an example of discipline and perseverance to others—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are taking steps today to become more than you were yesterday—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are hugging your child and expressing your love—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are doing the laundry, washing the dishes, cleaning the floors, scrubbing the toilet, or picking up a mess that isn’t yours—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are showing respect and honor to your parents and elders—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are fighting to overcome an unhealthy addiction in your life—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are displaying compassion and patience—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you are engaging in conversation with a desire to understand rather than persuade—
you are doing a noble thing.

If you practicing honesty when dishonesty might be easier—
you are doing a noble thing.

You are doing a noble thing with your life. Keep on keeping on.

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