Did you know that Saturday was Random Act of Kindness Day? Might someone have provided you with a random act of kindness that simply made you smile? If so, please share the experience in the comments section below. We could all use a little good news about now. It would be nice to know that some people are out there doing good for others. How grand it would be if we applied the principle of Random Act of Kindness Day to our everyday lives! Oh, just think of what a nicer world it would be, if we were all kinder to each other.
Kindness Produces Good Ripples
When someone is kind to you, you naturally want to respond in a positive way. Kindness produces good ripples!!! If everyone did one kind thing for someone else every day, then kindness would spread everywhere. For example, making the bed every day, is normally my job. But there are days when my husband sleeps in, while I’m off getting work done. When I walk into the bedroom and see the bed nicely made, it brings a smile to my face. It makes me want to do something nice for my husband in return.
Create Your Own Good Ripples
Although this past Saturday was Random Act of Kindness Day, let’s carry forward Random Acts of Kindness into this coming week. Here’s a few suggestions, to get you started:
- Hold the door open for a stranger.
- When in traffic, let another car into your lane; give them the right of way.
- Say a kind word to a neighbor; offer a compliment.
- Visit with the elderly and/or sick.
- Give of your time and talent to a worthy cause.
Come back next week, and tell us what you did, and how it made you feel. I guarantee that you will be glad you did something nice for someone else! Now, go produce ripples!
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