Mom Asked Daughter What She Was Doing Standing On Heart-Print Paper: “I’m Sending Love To The World”

A mother with the social media account Shannon Kishel saw her daughter standing on a heart-shaped piece of paper in the hallway of their house in Denver, Colorado, and then asked her what she was doing.

Shannon wrote, “I wanted to share this moment that happened in our house… because it brought me a sense of peace tonight.”.

She could be seen standing on a piece of paper with a lot of little hearts on it. In front of her sweet heart, the little girl told her mother that she was sending love and peace to everyone in the world to “make them nice.”

“I asked my daughter what she was doing as she stood on this heart-printed paper. She said she was sending peace and love to people around the world and making monsters nice”

Photo credit: Shannon Kishel

This little girl’s pure heart resonated with and moved thousands of people online. The post was shared 21,000 times in a public Facebook group. Here are some comments:

It is a blessing for her little heart.

“That’s way beyond her years!! Her empathy is amazing! 

“Tell her that it works”

“Wow, this is so sweet! This makes me want to take a deep breath, close my eyes, and think about everything I am grateful for! 

Thank you for sharing this sweet picture.”

It is beautiful thoughts like these that need to be shared around the world. This should go viral!”

“Brings tears of joy to my eyes,” she says.

Photo credit: Shannon Kishel

“I felt her love and peace in Lehigh Valley, Pa. Sending her love and peace back “

“I wrote a poem a while back about how we should watch and listen to the children because they come with more open hearts and souls.”. What a great little girl ”

“Oh my heart ! What a treasure”

“Thank you so much for sharing. I was filled with all the warm fuzzies when I read this. What a precious little cutie. “

“Definitely an old soul showing up at a very good time! The earth will need her”

Let her know that the love she sent reached New Jersey and I am so grateful that I passed it on.”

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