Feb. 17th is also known as "Random Acts of Kindness" Day. What sorts of things can you do?
Looking for some fun ideas on what you can do for random acts of kindness.
Hi cclitgirl. My latest hub is on this subject. It is actually Feb 10-17. There are links with good information included. I hope you find some good ideas.
Hey, girl! I didn't know that was tomorrow. I have a hub on Random Acts of Kindness, too, as janshares does! :-)
I have today off for President's Day as a state employee, but I did not know it was "Random Acts of Kindness Day" too! I have written many times on random acts of kindness as I truly believe that if each one of us do such each day, it helps to make this sometimes brutal world a much nice place to be. Mine are on helping the homeless mostly or just general kindness and reaching out to others who may be hurting and saving someone's life possibly when it comes to bullying or cutting, especially concerning teens. Sometimes a nice smile goes a long way to brighten another one's day. I prepared brown paper bags and placed water bottles, protein bars, maps to homeless shelters, prayers and scripture inside and outside on the little brown paper bottles. Also, it is great to give a coat, gloves and blankets to those who are homeless, especially during the winter.
With all this bad weather, offer someone that does not have a vehicle, a ride to the store, pharmacy or hospital. I have a 4wd that can drive through snow without too much trouble.
by Christin Sander 3 years ago
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by Celeste Wilson 5 years ago
Have you noticed any random acts of kindness lately?I saw some coupons on a grocery store shelf and I thought, Wow, how nice is that?" Someone left them there and now I can use them. Have you done something like this or seen something like this?
by WildIris 8 years ago
Share your experiences of random acts of kindness ~Either things you have done or things that others have done for you.
by Paula 5 years ago
Have you accepted Bill Holland's (billybuc) 365/365 Random Acts of Kindness challenge?I hope you all jump on board and accept this great challenge. Please list some of the ideas you can come up with, for daily random acts of Kindness for a full year!
by Zachary Brown 4 years ago
What is the kindest thing someone has done for you recently?What is the kindest thing someone has done for you recently? Restore my faith in humanity this afternoon. I could use it.
by rutley 6 years ago
Have you ever been on the receiving end of a random act of kindness by a stranger?
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