The Magic of Kindness : a 5-7 Min Toastmasters Speech.

Title: The Magic of Kindness


Good evening, fellow Toastmasters and honored guests. I’m here today to talk to you about a powerful force that has the ability to change the world, one person at a time. And that force is kindness.

Have you ever been having a bad day, and then someone unexpectedly does something kind for you, like holding the door open or offering you a compliment? I know I have. And it’s amazing how just a small act of kindness can turn everything around.


I want to share with you a few anecdotes about the power of kindness.

The first one happened to me a few weeks ago. I was in a rush to get to an important meeting, and I was stressing out about all the things I needed to do before I left. As I was walking down the street, a stranger stopped me and handed me a small bouquet of flowers. I was taken aback – I didn’t know this person, and I wasn’t sure why they were giving me flowers. But then they said, “I just wanted to brighten your day.” And you know what? They did. The simple act of a stranger showing me kindness made me feel so much better about everything, and I went into my meeting with a much more positive attitude.

The second anecdote I want to share is about a friend of mine. She was going through a really tough time – her mother had just passed away, and she was struggling to cope with the loss. One day, a neighbor she barely knew knocked on her door and offered to take her dog for a walk. My friend was hesitant at first – she didn’t want to impose on someone she barely knew. But the neighbor insisted, and took the dog out for a nice long walk. When my friend’s dog came back home, she was tired and happy, and my friend felt a little bit lighter too. That small act of kindness from a neighbor she barely knew meant so much to her, and helped her get through a difficult time.

And finally, I want to tell you about a third anecdote – this one is about a woman named Lily. Lily was a nurse who worked in a hospital, and she was known for her kindness and compassion towards her patients. One day, a patient who was about to undergo surgery was feeling particularly scared and nervous. Lily sat with her for a few minutes, holding her hand and chatting with her, and by the time the patient went into surgery, she was feeling much calmer. After the surgery, when the patient woke up, Lily was there again, making sure she was comfortable and cared for. That patient later said that Lily’s kindness made all the difference in her recovery.


These anecdotes are just a few examples of the power of kindness. We all have the ability to make a difference in someone’s life, just by showing a little bit of compassion and understanding. So I encourage you to go out there and spread kindness wherever you go. It doesn’t have to be a big, grand gesture – sometimes, the smallest acts of kindness can have the biggest impact. And as the great Mahatma Gandhi once said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Let’s make the world a better place, one act of kindness at a time.


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