Random acts of kindness in reality, entail everything from that feeling of weirdness, to the rush of happiness, to the feeling of being loved. Also, they are bold acts by the person rendering them. You can probably trace back the time that someone raised their voice in a public space to compliment your look and then, continued with his/her business; someone made space for you to have a seat, on a jam-packed bench; you encountered a shop attendant that was so energetic and polite and seemed so happy to be of service to you, no matter how long it took for you to make a purchase decision.
There’s usually that “Wow!” feeling, that perplexity that coincides with happiness because something that you had not expected occurred and made you happy.
It must be hard sometimes, to muster the confidence to compliment a stranger or help a stranger out, but random acts of kindness are responses to our humanity. You have probably been in a situation where you saw someone in need and you were shy/scared to reach out, but you eventually did. Humanity persuades us to be the best people that we can be to others, and the decision to answer that call depends on us. A common saying is that – The good you do will come back to you. Possibly an even more common principle, is Karma – What goes around will surely come back around. I believe and I have experienced those ideas.
Random acts of kindness can be as simple as sending a positive message to a friend; can be donating funds or other kinds of materials for a good cause. A random act of kindness can be you sharing your ideas with people that are starting out in a career that you have expertise in; peacefully confronting those who are smearing an individual’s character with false words; standing up for the timid; being patient and listening to someone’s stories of sadness and pain.
It is true that every one has a “battle” that he or she is fighting. We can uplift each other through random acts of kindness.
My Question For You
What other examples of random acts of kindness would you like to share?
I have lots of fun on Twitter, so you could send your answer as a tweet. My Twitter ID is Amzy_M. Tag me in the tweet and use the hashtag #BlurredCreations. However, if you don’t have a Twitter account that is fine, please leave your answer in the comment section of this post.