Happy Monday! Today, we're continuing our 365 Acts of Kindness today, encouraging everyone to do one nice thing for someone else every day, for the next year. It doesn't have to be random- you can certainly be kind to someone you know, or a complete stranger. The idea is to pass love around- help someone else out, and inspire them to do the same. Sometimes, we have to change to be the change we want to see in this world.
Every Monday, we're posting a weekly roundup of Acts of Kindness, where you can share how you've helped others, or how others have blessed you by their acts.
My Act of Kindness from Last Week...
Last week, my family was shown kindness yet again. A church member unexpectedly dropped by my parents house with some lovely homegrown flowers and a homemade chocolate pie, as my dad has been recovering from his hospitalization. This act prompted me to be more aware of other's situations, and to always show kindness and hospitality.
My act of kindness was to give the few dollars that I had in my purse, to a woman standing on a street corner in one of our local towns. I wish I could have given her a bottle of water, because she looked so hot, tired and hungry. I didn't have much for her, but I hoped that she would at least be able to enjoy a hot meal somewhere close by.
Featured Comment from Last Week's Roundup...
Love this post. I agree that was very sweet of you! My act of kindness this week will be giveaway away a few products I reviewed to someone in need. I know a few families that are in need right now and I have some things I can giveaway to at least help some. -Lisa
This is Week 27 of this special Bloggers & Readers Challenge, and I am so eager to read everyone's comments on how they were able to offer kindness, or how they received kindness from someone else last week.
Be sure to leave us your comment, and keep spreading the love around! You never know- your comment might be featured in next week's post, or we might randomly show kindness to one our our readers!!
How have you shown kindess lately or been on the receiving end of a random act?