Residents of St. Paul’s home were recently touched by a random act of kindness when a young man showed up with bouquets of roses to brighten their day.
When people are kind, it’s always a win-win situation. The recipient of the kindness benefits, the giver feels better for having helped, and the world becomes a better place as a result of the kindness.
The more love and support people give us, the more we naturally want to give back.
Acts of kindness don’t need to take a lot of effort: smile at a stranger, encourage a teammate or co-worker, share homemade cookies with a neighbor, say thank you to a cashier, compliment someone on their nice outfit or jewelry.
Consider how you can “practice random acts of kindness.”
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” (Aesop)