pleasantly kind, benevolent, and courteous
characterized by good taste, comfort, ease, or luxury
merciful or compassionate
What has happened…to graciousness?
sending thank you notes…
…and writing them in long hand, as in pen
Holding elegant dinner parties at home
Asking how someone is doing and actually waiting for the answer
Saying thank you
Offering to help someone, even if there’s nothing in it for you
Going out of your way to help someone
Saying something nice to someone
Sharing something nice with someone
Giving someone a “tip” that could help them be more successful
Inviting someone to be your guest at a festivity who might not otherwise be included
Wishing someone success
FOF women grew up in the fifties. That wasn’t an especially gracious decade, but somehow we learned about graciousness anyway.
Unfortunately, it’s not part of today’s core curriculum.
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