I read a statement today, “A psychological study found that people who are generally ‘too nice’ are also the ones who get hurt the most.” And I agree. 

We live in a world that is very careless to the feelings of a kind soul. At times, nice people are taken for granted and many days, their kindness is abused, or used to the advantage of other people’s selfish ways. 

Being nice, is one, if not the, greatest attributes a person can possess. 

Sometimes people judge other people by their appearance, their photos, and even their inner-voice. What a misconception; and an injustice to the other person. 

Insecurity is an ugly thing; it makes you hate people you don't even know. 

You can’t—or maybe I should say shouldn’t—judge someone by what you see or what other people tell you.

Sometimes the nicest people are covered in tattoos, or maybe spent time in prison. Maybe they’re introverts who appear standoffish or snobby when in reality they’re just quiet. 

And sometimes, the most judgmental, mean-spirited people are the ones who sit at church every Sunday morning.

What the eye’s see—in someone else—is INSIGNIFICANT. 

When you take the time to get to know someone, and I mean, truly get to know their heart, most times you strike gold. You find new friends you never imagined you would actually LOVE. 

If God can remove someone from your life you never imagined losing, he can replace them with someone you never imagined having. 

Bad news is, you cannot make people like, love, understand, accept you or be nice to you in return.

Good news is, it really doesn’t matter, be nice anyway.