Actress Candace Cameron Bure, who’s known in Hollywood for being an outspoken Christian, just released her new book, Kind Is the New Classy: The Power of Living Graciously, and admits her time as a co-host on “The View” is what inspired her to share this message.
“I wanted to put that spotlight back on kindness and say we can start with the small things and let’s change the culture by changing ourselves — one person at a time — and let it have a ripple effect into your community,” Bure said in a recent interview on “Fox & Friends.”
Bure was the sole conservative Christian voice on “The View” for two seasons before leaving the show, which is taped in New York City, to focus more on her family and acting career, both of which are in California, in 2016. Although she had to constantly defend her beliefs and worldview, it was her time on the daytime talk show that inspired her new book.
“It starts with you and you have a choice to be positive, to be kind, to be respectful no matter what people you encounter,” she explained.
“A lot of my time on ‘The View’ was an inspiration for this book. I really did enjoy being on the show, but it was tough at times. It’s tough being the only voice at a table with one specific viewpoint,” she added. “I always wanted to be respectful and kind at the end of the day, and I think that’s what I heard from people the most, ‘How do you stay calm when you feel like people are attacking you?’ And so I thought, let me write down the tools that helped.”
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Source: Christian Post