‘Tis the season to be kind (and a little random)

Especially at this time of year, it’s important to remember what it means to be kind. To show compassion towards another person (even someone who you don’t know at all). One kind word or gesture can change a person’s day for the better.
Random acts of kindness happen at unexpected times and in unconventional ways. They can range from something small (like buying a cup of coffee for the person behind you in line) to something huge (like helping to buy Christmas presents for an entire family). No matter the size, the thing that counts is the emotional contribution you make.
The best part of a random act of kindness is that it’s transferal. You are literally sharing happiness with someone. It not only makes them feel good, but you as well.
I’m certain that random acts of kindness happen every day (even more so during the holidays). Here are three examples that will make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside:
Each random act of kindness helps to restore our faith in humanity. It strengthens the belief that there is still some good in the world.
Wishing you all a very happy holidays!
Have you ever witnessed a random act of kindness? Feel free to comment below!

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