Acts Of Kindness Lift Others Up, And Yourself Too!

Love everyone, not just those who love you! Display acts of kindness to everyone!

Acts of kindness are so very important because it brings people together which is a part of the second half of the two principles that God has passed down to us to do which is from Mark 12:30-31. If we keep our faith simple like a child, we would all be better off! 

When you do an act of kindness to someone, they are not the only one who benefits, you too benefit inside of your heart and soul, and it is quite a good feeling that you will want to do more and more often!

If we keep our lives and our faith simple like a child, we would all be better off! Make it a point to start doing some random acts of kindness today, and encourage others to do the same! ~ Bill Greguska

 

 

Suggestions For Random Acts Of Kindness!

“I actually think that the most efficacious way of making a difference is to lead by example, and doing random acts of kindness is setting a very good example of how to behave in the world”. ~ Misha Collins

John 13:34-35 “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples if you love one another.”

Some Acts Of Kindness To Consider Doing

Acts if kindness are not hard to do, yet they benefit both the giver and receiver!

  1. Don’t use your phone when you are talking with someone.
  2. Spend time with someone that is lonely.
  3. Smile and say Hi to strangers.
  4. Allow someone to go in front of you in line or on the highway.
  5. Forgive someone and do not bring it up again.
  6. Acts of kindness such as talking to someone who is shy or sitting alone.
  7. Share your magazine or newspaper with someone when you are done.
  8. Give someone an undeserved break.
  9. Help a mother who is shopping with an upset or demanding child.

 

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More Acts Of Kindness You Can Share With Others:

  1. Acts of kindness such as calling your parents, grandparents, or relatives for no reason.
  2. If someone makes a mess and leaves, just clean it up.
  3. Volunteer at a meal program.
  4. Stop and talk to a homeless person.
  5. Make sure everyone is included in a group conversation.
  6. Acts of kindness such as doing something special for a good friend or spouse.
  7. Volunteer to read books at a neighborhood grade school.
  8. Share a compliment you heard to the person who was being complimented.
  9. Compliment fellow workers or fellow students.
  10. Tell your brother or sister how much you appreciate them.
  11. Offer to pick up something at the store for someone when you are going yourself.
  12. Give someone a hug or at least a pat on the back.
  13. Offer to carpool with someone to save money and open communication.
  14. Acts of kindness such as buying cookies or kool aid from children who are selling it.
  15. Cash in your spare coins and donate them to someone or an organization.
  16. Give your friends the benefit of the doubt.
  17. Frame your friend’s favorite quote or lyric and give it to them.
  18. Help an elderly person in your neighborhood.
  19. Acts of kindness such as giving up your seat to a lady, elderly or disabled person.
  20. Clip a coupon and leave it at the store by the appropriate item.

Some Acts Of Kindness Bear Fruit Years Later!

 

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Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see. ~ Mark Twain

John 13:34-35  “A new command I give you: Love one another. As I have loved you, so you must love one another. By this everyone will know that you are my disciples if you love one another.”