Here's your choice: be nice or be rude

Every day, you get to pick: be nice or be rude. You can be nice to the kid at Starbucks who is working as fast as he can in the morning rush, or you can be rude.

You can be nice to the elderly driver putzing along, or you can be rude.

You can be nice to the co-worker you don't like very much, or you can be rude.

You don't even need to say or do anything to be nice or rude: thoughts count.

So here's the thing. Let's say you're a regular reader here. You know I'm struggling with anxiety and depression. And yet you choose to leave a snarky and ANONYMOUS remark. Gee, thanks. You made my day.

Be nice or be rude.

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I love comments, even if you don't agree, but please don't leave anonymous posts. A well-mannered reader leaves a name!

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