Practice Random Acts Of Kindness Ideas Makes A Difference

Random Acts of Kindness Ideas Makes A Difference

Kindness Is An Attitude And An Action….Stop and take a moment to ponder these words….Have you ever wondered if simple random acts of kindness makes a difference to everyday lives of others… or even yourself ?

Our stressed and busy lives often make us disconnected… not just from our family but our friends. Life has become a juggling act….Peoples lives are like a moving train… always on the move. And if you’re anything like me I’m sure you’ll identify with what I’m saying. This constant struggle makes us totally unaware of what’s going on around us.

We’ve all caught up in our own little bubbles of time….rushing to the next meeting or trying to keep that deadline at work. Or as parents feeling like a taxi service (especially with the new 120 hours learn to drive requirements) that never seems to turn it’s motor off.

If you take the time and have a look around… how many are actually smiling or do they have there head down & just rushing by.

Practice Random Actis of Kindness Happiness Tip

To show a random act of kindness, expect and accept nothing in return…It’s easier than you think to practice random acts of kindness.  You may not think it does….but even a hug, a simple smile, a kind word or a compliment…can make a difference. Yes…it can…

Remember there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end. ~Scott Adams

Another great idea that I came across this morning is the giving of Smile Cards!

The concept behind it is…. You’re It. Pass It On….
It’s a game of pay-it-forward: anonymously make someone smile with an act of kindness, leave behind a card asking them to keep the ripple going. It’s easy and fun.

7 Greatest Gifts Kindness Ideas:

Gift of Service: Donate to a cause, as a holiday gift for your best friend.

Gift of Affection: Be generous with hugs, kisses and pats on the back.

Gift of Laughter: Clip cartoons, share funny stories, a joke or movie

Gift of a Written Note: Send a ‘thank you’ note, write a letter to an old friend or someone you’ve just met.

Gift of a Compliment: A simple ‘you look great today’, a sincere ‘thank you for a wonderful meal’.

Gift of Listening: No interrupting, no daydreaming, no responding, just listening.

Gift of Solitude: Spend some time in silence, help others spend some time in silence.

You’ll find other great Random Acts Of Kindness Stories That Makes A Difference in someone’s day! Why not start today?

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4 Responses to “Practice Random Acts Of Kindness Ideas Makes A Difference”

  1. Rocque says:

    I wrote a post or more than one on random acts of kindness on my blogs before. I agree with treating people how they would like to be treated more than how you want them to treat you. It just works out though that when you can treat someone how they would like to be treated you are looking out for their best interest hopefully.

    “Do onto others as you would have them do onto you” is a famous saying. Now you would not expect the homeless person you see every time you go to the grocery store to go in and pay for your groceries, but what if you asked him or her on your way in if you could get them some groceries while you were shopping? Or what if you asked them if you could bring them a jacket or a new blanket or something? Then you actually did it.

    Now wouldn’t that be awesome? Random acts of kindness should become a way of life for more and more people instead of something unusual.
    .-= Rocque´s last blog ..Helping Haiti =-.

    • admin says:

      Hi Rocque,
      Thank you for dropping by and for your comment. Now wouldn’t it be an amazing world is everyone followed your suggestion… “Do onto others as you would have them do onto you”.

      I defiitely agree that Random acts of kindness should become a way of life and come naturally rather than having to think about it. I’m not sure if people realise that even a kind comment or smile is a Random Act of Kindness.

  2. Rocque says:

    Parents need to be role models for their children. I remember my parents always were considerate of others, and that is where I learned it. My father could not walk past a Salvation Army kettle without putting some money in it. I remember when we would shop downtown Long Beach there was a kettle on every corner. He knew that, too, so before going he would load up his pockets with change. Then he would give me some, and my brother so we could all help. It is a funny memory, but it was a great lesson.

    I went to a fashion show once with my mother that her sorority hosted. The room must have had over 100 people in it easily. I saw my mother go up to each person in that room and greet them. I was amazed. It was great to watch how each person reacted to her warmth, and when she left each person was smiling.

    I am very fortunate that I had such great role models.
    .-= Rocque´s last blog ..Health Care 2010 =-.

  3. Alex Sysoef says:

    Nice list although I have to admit for me this practice is not easily practiced :D
    .-= Alex Sysoef´s last blog ..Opinion: Why WordPress Should Never Be Used As Membership Management System =-.