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Amelia Griggs says
absolutely. Many people would walk on by and your act helped someone who really needed it :)
What a neat idea. So many little things people think of that are so kind.
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Diana Grant says
That's awesome and I'm sure it was much appreciated. I imagine it would wear on a person to have to try to sell something no one wanted just to scrape by.
We did that sort of thing a couple years ago. The Animal Welfare Society was having a flower sale. We didn't want any of the plants so we just donated $25.00 in the bucket.
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Patty Florence says
every small act of kindness matters and yes, I worked for years in customer service lol - I know how important it is to let negativity go :)
Debra Allen says
anyone who fosters and adopts animals is pretty swell in my book. Congrats on the new addition to your family. I just got done fostering a litter of kittens the mom abandoned. I know it's hard and rewarding :)
why do they lose their kindness? I would hope it would inspire others to maybe do something they hadn't thought of before, but lets turn it negative.. good grief.
I asked the question to promote good will and positivity towards others. I hope the day never comes where you need to rely on someone's kindness either, since we tend to have returned to us what we dole out.
Your question was self-servicing. Acts of kindness do not need promotion. No patting on ones back is necessary.
You assume far to much and I think that speaks to your attempt at self-grandisment.
I wasn't looking for a pat on the back. I'm sorry you can't comprehend the purpose of the post which was to inspire and bring positivity to the Q&A that has been overtaken lately by so much spite and pettiness. You have the option to not answer.
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