Random Acts of Kindness


“Kindness is a language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.” Mark Twain
Random Acts of Kindness Day has grown in popularity each year. It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations to encourage acts of kindness.
Sometimes it’s the smallest act that makes the biggest impact, something as simple as saying please or thank you can turn a day around, and make a life seem that much better. Random Acts of Kindness Day encourages you to get out there and be the light you want to see in the world.
Random Acts of Kindness come in all forms, large and small, and how you choose to perform yours is entirely up to you. It can start with dropping a bit of change in the cup of the homeless person along the street, or considering the time of year, providing a warm blanket to see them through. You could take a friend out to lunch, for no other reason than that they’re your friend. See someone looking down? Drop a hot coffee or tea on their desk with a smile, and tell them to have a great day. Even just smiling at someone and telling them to have a good day could have a profound impact. On Random Acts of Kindness Day, help yourself by helping others, the smile on their face and yours will prove it’s all worth it.
We mark this day by writing essays on the Meaning of Donation . The students set out their ideas reflecting on the importance of donation and charity.


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