Sometimes the smallest things can make a difference. Sometimes those small things might be peanuts. Literally.
Last week I showed how to make secret peanut messages. This week I decided to spread some peanut love around my neighborhood.
Although I don’t have the illusion that my action will change lives drastically, I do strongly believe that we have the power to make small positive differences in our direct environment. These gestures of love might evoke the effect we hope for, they might not do anything. Either way, we can choose every day to love without expecting anything in return. Sometimes it concerns family, sometimes friends, sometimes people we don’t even like, sometimes strangers. We have the choice to act in a loving way, always.
Love is bigger than saying something nice to somebody we like. Love can be so powerful there where it isn’t expected. And sometimes all we need is some peanuts, paper and a pen and stroll around the block.