Karma project is about “Do better. Feel better. Be better” by building kind and compassionate communities – one person at a time.
Each of us can contribute to making it a bit easier to live in our local environment. In return for being kind to one person, they will be kind to another, and so on, thereby improving the local environment – one person at a time.
Karma project How it works in the real world: Help spread kindness through good deeds in your local community.
It only takes one person to start the revolution and that person can be YOU!
- You will perform a kindness for six people,
- and those six people will perform a kindness for six more.
- By the eleventh stage, kindnesses will have reached more than 362,797,056 people – more than the population of the United States.
- By the thirteenth stage, kindnesses will have reached the world’s population!!
This is the very thing that will prevent war and hate. Help create a better world at the local and personal level – one person at a time.
Congratulations, and thank you!
YOU are part of this revolution!
Want To take part Pass on the gift of kindness?
You can give out five dollar ($5.00) each month for six months to some random person you think will have better need for the $5.00 than you do. Or get some one you don’t know, something that will make them smile. Then ask them to pass it on a gift of kindness to the next person when they ready.
share your stories of where it has been and what was the next kindness was (give flowers randomly to three person, buy lunch for a homeless person, … if you can think of a better one let me know). More on kindness suggestions see below
It does not have to be in the form of money. (Tipping the waiter doesn’t count =) unless it is 50% of the meal price as a tip!)
- Give a good Compliment to someone every hour up to 5 hours or more.
- Give a genuine smile to 5 people every hour up to 2 hours or more.
- Walk an old lady across the busy street.
- Offer to pay for someone’s lunch without any expectation of receiving any personal gain.
- Buy a coffee for some one in the office you have never noted.
- Buy lunch for a homeless person.
- Give flowers randomly to three people.
- Write a note of appreciation to your mailman.
- Compliment a stranger sincerely.
- Write a “Thank You” note to someone.
- Leave “Have a Nice Day” stickers at a front desk.
- Send a card to someone in the military overseas.
- Drop off a toy or game at a hospital.
- Drop off a toy or game at a homeless shelter.
- Send someone a small gift anonymously.
- Invite someone who is alone over for dinner.
- Put a quarter in a parking meter that has expired.