“Good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others.” - Plato We hope you agree and that you’ll join us in making this a Weekend of Kindness. Why not round up a few friends and volunteer at a local animal shelter, organize a park clean-up, or drop by a local retirement community to serenade its residents? Or you may want to focus on our #GetKind theme for the month, education. There’s no limit to the ways you can be kind or the fun you can have while you #getkind!
"Respecting people can be hard work. It is even harder if we must respect everybody; that’s right…everybody, even the people we don’t agree with, don’t like, and don’t want to be around. But, that kind of respect is what has to happen. It is our own responsibility, not somebody else’s, except it is everybody else’s, too." -Meredith Walker
It was hard to figure out where to put this. This is something that is so beyond moving. I started following Misha after going crazy over Supernatural, but the heart on this man is what really won me over. I don't have words to truly express how I feel about this cause but suffice it to say, it's something I've come to understand on my own. If you feel moved, please go to therandomact.org and just look around. I don't ask you to commit, but see, and feel.
Random Act of Kindness Number 4: Smile! Cause some good cheer with something as simple as a smile. It takes less effort to smile than it does to frown, and you’re almost always guaranteed to get a positive reaction from a grin. Sharing yo ur optimism and good attitude with others is just that simple. Come share your stories of your participation in our 12 Random Acts of Kindness this holiday season with us!
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