What We Believe In

We believe she had it right... Liz Miller lived by the credo "make the world a better place", and it's truly what she did with her life. We strive to continue sharing Liz's positive light through simple acts of kindness.

What Kindness is To us

In general, kindness has no motive.  It seeks no return.  Its reward is in the execution of something selfless.  It makes us better people – more highly evolved.  Kindness is self-replicating.  A single act of kindness sends out shoots and continues to grow.  Like a ripple in a pond, the impact gets wider and wider and the effect of a single, simple act can’t be assessed this side of heaven.  Sophocles said that kindness begets kindness evermore, and that’s the power, isn’t it?  Liz knew that.  And we honor her and join in the work she started when we choose kind, as she did.

How to Get Involved

It's easy. Buy a cup of coffee for a stranger. Hold the door for the person behind you. Mow your neighbors lawn. Watch your neighbors kid when they run to the store. Make cupcakes and bring them to work. You get the idea...

The meaning of the gerberA Daisy

Gerbera daisies were Liz's favorite flower, however, the symbolism of the Gerbera Daisy goes beyond its cheerful, simple beauty. Throughout history, the message of the Gerbera Daisy suggests a more energized emotion than contentedness or mellowness. It brings happiness that bubbles, fizzes and pops with joyous surprises. There is an energetic playfulness to these flowers, which is evident in all their radiant colors. These are not flowers for regrets. These flowers are a celebration of life!