Care about others – sincerely ask how another person is doing and really listen to his or her answer; be a supportive friend in whatever way possible
Helping others – call a sick friend, run an errand for a family member, start a neighbor’s dead battery, volunteer, make charitable donations
Spiritual involvements – meditate, pray, go to church, temple, mosque, etc.
Moral actions – follow the Golden Rule, the 10 Commandments, the Eightfold Path, the 4 Agreements, and other ethical behaviors.
Being conscientious – do a good job at home, at work, etc.; care about our natural world; e a good parent, child, friend, etc.; and trying to understand the other person’s point of view
Having good intentions – wanting to be helpful, aiming to be considerate, trying to be compassionate and forgiving, having the intent to do the right thing
Consideration of others – letting a pedestrian or car go ahead of you; letting someone have his or her own way, cleaning up after yourself, etc.
Forgiveness and compassion – letting go of things that bothered, hurt or annoyed you; empathizing with others, being understanding of the other’s side
Good manners – acknowledging others, using genuine greetings
Basic being – realizing our value and worth by virtue of simply being, feeling our warm heart of loving kindness, appreciating our underlying spiritual preciousness
Cite: Losing the Weight of the World: A Spiritual Diet to Nourish the Soul by Jonathan Kramer, and Diane Dunaway Kramer