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Simple act of kindness to a stranger

Any act of kindness helps the world become a better place!

Chapter 30

Challenge: Do 22 acts of kindness (4 of 22)

Date: January 15, 2014

Location: Toronto, Ontario

I popped into the grocery store on the way home last night to pick up some oranges to help me get over my illness and as I was walking from my car, a woman was walking across the parking lot carrying a whole bunch of things in her arms. I walked up to her and offered her a cloth bag. She immediately accepted, put all of her things in there and graciously said thank you. It was such an easy thing to do and I love how quickly she accepted the gesture. It really means a lot with someone can accept a gift because it feels way better as the giver when someone is gracious as opposed to resistant. I resolve to accept gifts and I’m hoping that in return, the universe give me…

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#26Acts Revisited – A Year of Kindness for Sandy Hook Elementary

Through each act of kindness, I can feel the love for others… Simply Amazing!

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Today, December 14, 2013, marks the one year anniversary of the terrible tragedy that took the lives of 26 students and teachers at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut.  Like so many people in our nation, my heart grieved with a heaviness I could hardly bear.  I felt compelled to do something, anything, to overcome the shock and sadness of that day.

That began my journey of completing 26 Acts of Kindness, one act for each life lost.  Below are my stories.  For those that followed me every step of the way – thank you.  Your support for my passion of kindness is overwhelming and humbling.  Today in memory of that day, please consider doing one simple act of kindness for someone else… and let me know what you did!  🙂

26 Acts of Kindness

Act 1 – In Memory of Noah Pozner, age 6

http://celebratekindness.wordpress.com/2013/01/06/new-beginnings-act-1/

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Act 2…

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