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Random Acts of Kindness this

Love ? I love love love you.

Love ? I love love love you. (Photo credit: @Doug88888)

Its Christmas time. The year is coming to an end. Reflecting, eating, drinking and being merry. There are some of us who have had rough year, maybe even a couple of years and Christmas brings nothing but more sadness and pain.
Maybe individually we can make it a better Christmas or new year for someone around us.

I always make it a point to look directly at homeless people and greet them. People tend to ignore homeless people. I know there are “panhandler’s” and most want to ignore these types due to the fact of constant begging for money, I look directly at them, even if I do not give them money, I give them a smile. The reason

I make this a point to perform is that where homeless people are “down and out” they are human beings the same as the rest of us. They are instantly treated less than human beings upon gaining the status of “homeless”. A smile could remind these lost souls that they are still worth greeting, this could truly be the difference for someone.
Our children need to view us performing random acts of kindness. We are our children’s life mirrors. They view the world as well as life through the actions of their parents. If daughters/sons view Mommy/Daddy going out of their way to help people or perform kind acts, this will more times to none filter down to our children and we will be viewing our children performing these acts in the future. Allowing your children to view these things enables children to learn kindness, compassion as well as love for people. Where I’m not stating that we should not teach our children “Stranger Danger“, we should enable them to view their parents being what I would classify as good human beings. It takes far less time to smile as compared to a frown, medically speaking, it takes far less muscles in our face to smile than frown, therefore, save yourself some early wrinkles and just smile.’ http://www.akinderworld.com

There has to be something you are able to do either this Christams or all year round. Love can change the world.

Courtesy of love is the word

big thank you to http://loveistheword.org, helpothers.org and daretobeanangel.com for many of these ideas 🙂

  1. prepare a meal for a homeless person
  2. smile 🙂
  3. call your mother to tell her you love her
  4. write a handwritten note
  5. knit a beanie or blanket for a homeless person
  6. put change in the washer/dryer for the next person
  7. fill an expired or about to expire parking meter
  8. leave some extra money in the vending machine
  9. buy a little extra grocery for the local food bank
  10. plant a tree
  11. send your favorite grade school teacher flowers
  12. write a thank you letter to your parents
  13. pay the toll for the person behind you
  14. tape a nice saying or thought to a bus window
  15. instead of just thinking it, compliment someone
  16. give a sad looking stranger a happy music cd
  17. ask someone “how are you?” mean it. and listen.
  18. make some baked goods for your neighbor(s)
  19. hug your loved ones for no particular reason
  20. make breakfast for your partner or housemate
  21. call someone you haven’t talked to in a while
  22. give someone a flower …or a dozen
  23. offer someone else your seat on the bus/train
  24. visit a senior center or nursing home
  25. say “thank you” for the otherwise routine, mundane
  26. pick up trash
  27. donate one of your favorite possessions
  28. give someone a fruit basket
  29. collect clothes to take to a local shelter
  30. stop to have a conversation with a homeless person
  31. give an inspiring book to a struggling friend
  32. leave your favorite book in a public place with a note
  33. donate books to your local library
  34. visit an animal shelter
  35. volunteer at a soup kitchen
  36. build a home with Habitat for Humanity
  37. mentor local youth
  38. pay for the person behind you at the drive-thru
  39. buy dessert for someone eating out alone
  40. pick up the tab for a random table at a restaurant
  41. put $10 on a random gas pump
  42. buy flowers for the cashier at the grocery store
  43. visit an orphanage with some goodies
  44. prepare a “to-go” breakfast for the morning mailman
  45. mail a friend some cupcakes
  46. send anonymous flowers to your office receptionist
  47. buy an extra umbrella on a rainy day
  48. give your waiter or waitress a huge tip
  49. tape an anonymous joke to your boss’ monitor
  50. send a nice card to a family member, just because
  51. don’t lose any opportunity to say: i love you
  52. leave a funny or kind note in an unexpected place
  53. invite a non-local friend over for dinner with your family
  54. read to a child
  55. rake someone’s yard
  56. be a courteous driver
  57. hold the elevator
  58. visit a lemonade stand
  59. recycle
  60. offer someone an unexpected tip
  61. set up a free lemonade stand on a hot day
  62. take some soup or hot chocolate to a homeless person
  63. leave a collection of positive news clippings in a waiting room
  64. practice patience
  65. refrain from gossiping; speak well of others
  66. act as if the glass were half full
  67. turn off a leaky faucet
  68. let someone get ahead of you in line
  69. listen intently
  70. prepare a nutritious sack lunch for a homeless person
  71. babysit for a single parent
  72. wave a “honk if you like to smile” poster at a street intersection
  73. be bold in your appreciation of life around you
  74. create an inspired piece of art and gift it to someone
  75. give a lottery ticket to a stranger
  76. compliment a stranger sincerely
  77. run an errand for someone
  78. give something awesome away on craigslist
  79. leave some extra stamps at the post office
  80. send a friend an old photo and recall that time
  81. send a random person in the phone book a small gift
  82. send your sibling a small gift anonymously
  83. donate an hour of your professional services
  84. invite someone who is alone over for dinner
  85. leave chocolate for your co-worker
  86. spend time with the elderly
  87. share your secret recipe with a friend
  88. write a letter of appreciation
  89. introduce yourself to someone you always see around
  90. anonyously send a friend in need some cash
  91. throw kids in your neighborhood a pizza party
  92. tape some change to a payphone
  93. put up anonymous, lovely post-it notes for strangers to find
  94. donate blood
  95. cook dinner for a busy parent
  96. give a little one a lollipop
  97. make time
  98. speak gently
  99. laugh heartily
  100. share your last bit
  101. one time, stop everything to help someone else
Categories: General
  1. Anonymous
    December 21, 2012 at 11:16 am

    how exciting! i have really enjoyed reading this post. you guys have built a great community!

  2. January 31, 2013 at 8:50 am

    I got a packet of milk buttons from a lady I meet every other day. It really warmed my heart. I’m just thinking that I also got a pomegranate from my neighbour a few months ago. Maybe we should start a movement. One random act a day! They will know us by the love we have for one another

  3. April 18, 2013 at 9:02 pm

    Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I truly appreciate your efforts and I am waiting for your further post thanks once again.

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