Maybe the world would be a little nicer if everyone … Posted on February 24, 2010 by Camila Lima 0 •Stopped just LISTENING to a friend’s problems and started actually CARING about them. Believe me; they’ll be able to tell the difference. •Said hello to a random stranger. Some people might give you a weird look, but you never know when you’re missing out on meeting someone amazing because of words unspoken. •Walked away from an argument before they say something they’ll regret later. Once you set your mind to it, it’s not hard to be the bigger person. •Stopped caring about what everyone else thinks. If you have time to care, then you’re not really living life. •Didn’t believe what people who DON’T MATTER say. They’re just trying to hurt you, so don’t bother listening. •Expressed what they feel. Even anger and hurt are better than no emotion at all. •Apologized when they know they’re wrong. Pride can’t keep you company on a cold night. •Allowed themselves to love. It’s better to have loved and lost than to have never loved at all. •Complained about their lives less. Everyone has problems, some worse than others, but complaining never solves anything. •Tried a little harder to achieve their dreams. Because without dreams, what else are we living for? •Helped someone even when they didn’t ask for it. Sometimes two simple little words like “Help me” becomes the most difficult thing to say. •Prayed. It doesn’t matter what you say, how you say it, or what god you say it to, as long as you have enough faith left to care and care enough to have faith. •Just laughed. Laughing is so much more important than we give it credit for. •Were a bit more optimistic. We make our hell, our heaven too, with how we act, and what we do. •Had a best friend. Friendship is a precious gift…try not to lose it. •Moved past the bad things. There are times in life when there isn’t a solution or an explanation, and we have no other choice but to, Just. Move. On. •Shared their wisdom. The next generation needs guidance just as much as you once did…even if they won’t admit it. •Stopped with prejudice. Everyone deserves a chance, so give them one.