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  1. My random act of kindness is very little, mostly. When I go shopping, I always say, “It was a pleasure doing business with you” to the store clerks. That makes them happy because a lot of people don’t appreciate them. One day, a clerk at a pharmacy said, “You can come here any time you want to.” After a while, we had formed a friendship. She told me about her father, who had been a coal miner and who died of black lung disease. She told me also about growing up in Kentucky in coal mining country. If I had never said “It was a pleasure doing business with you,” I would have never heard this fascinating story.

    Sometimes, I give people afghans that I crochet. I am making one right now for a friend who has cancer. These afghans are called “comfortghans.” I belong to an email crochet group and I got the idea from this group. They sent me a comfortghan after my dad passed away three years ago. I still sleep with the comfortghan every night.
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  2. I enjoy doing RAK, whether it be something small just to see a person smile and feel good or a larger act. I don’t have much, but it makes me feel so good knowing I can help someone when the least expect it.

  3. Elizabeth O.

    It’s always so fulfilling to do something good for a loved one, a friend, or a complete stranger! It’s something that I make sure I do, if not everyday then at least the soonest I get the chance to.

  4. My youngest is 11. She cam home from school today with a “token” which the kids can use towards a treat. I asked what she did to receive. My daughter said a girl in her class is not popular and needed a pencil and noone would give her one and my daughter gave her a pencil. The teacher gave her the token for kindness. it made my day because my daughter said it isn’t nice not to share. I love reading your posts. They are inspirational
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  5. I try to do random acts of kindness in my daily life. Even little things like letting someone go in front of you at the supermarket queue can mean a lot to them but it’s not really an inconvenience to me.

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