Acts of Kindness 2

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In a random act of kindness, a student surprised me with these flowers. #1000ActsofKindness
In a random act of kindness, a student surprised me with these flowers. #1000ActsofKindness

How to create & promote random acts of kindness?

“One smile at a time” Tyler

“Do something kind for a stranger” Laura

“Give and be kind” Dean Khaled

“The simple things that can get lost in a big city… holding a door for someone, saying good morning, a simple smile.” Kristina Vidug

This made my day. On my way to class today I saw this guy stop what he was doing at work and help this lovely lady cross the street. Humanity is everywhere. All we have to do is stop and look around us. #1000ActsofKindness
This made my day. On my way to class today I saw this guy stop what he was doing at work and help this lovely lady cross the street. Humanity is everywhere. All we have to do is stop and look around us.
#1000ActsofKindness

“Smile and say please and thank you….little things go a long way!” Megan Van Woezik

“Hold a door for a stranger or tell someone they look good today, smile. The simple things go a long way”  Sharifa

“Smile.” Sylvia

“share skills, information, stories and time. smile more, hug more, compliment strangers, voice positives, remind people to ‘play it forward’. be helpful, remember common courtesies, look with your eyes open, truly seeing. shut down the electronics and live it up with people.” Tracy Ulicny

“It costs me nothing to be kind, and I try to go out of my way if someone needs a hand.” Sarah

“Donate money and/or time to the LGBT Youth Line – they do great work!” Kate Sloan

How to create & promote random acts of kindness?

in an spontaneous gesture, a student offered to play his flute before our Free Yoga class in Toronto. It helps to calm peoples' minds and open their hearts. #1000ActsofKindness
in an spontaneous gesture, a student offered to play his flute before our Free Yoga class in Toronto. It helps to calm peoples’ minds and open their hearts. #1000ActsofKindness

“Have empathy” karen

“With the example” Luly

“Simply give and receive love unconditionally” Michael Elmenhoff

“I always feel inspired to do more when I see or hear about random acts of kindness.” Debbie Finkelstein

“Buy the person behind you their morning coffee. Or just smile!!” K

“Through smile, spreading positive energy and consciousness”  Jenny Lee

“by connecting to your inner soul.” Behzadineko

“respect others and their boundaries” Patricia

“Be mindful and respectful” Flav

Every week students bring canned food to our Free Yoga class to be donated to a food bank and women's shelter. #1000ActsofKindness
Every week students bring canned food to our Free Yoga class to be donated to a food bank and women’s shelter. #1000ActsofKindness

“Smile.” Dom

“All is full of love” Marysol

“Always doing the right thing without expecting something in return” Norberto

“Do onto others as you would want for yourself ” Caroline

“hug someone daily!” baks

“By reaching out and caring for others and getting involved with volunteering and charity work.” Erin Wiser

“Do some small good deed once and soon you will find you will do many small good deeds often” M

How to create & promote random acts of kindness?

“go vegan, volunteer, spread the word of peace” Ksenija

I broke one of two of these glass that I use to serve tea at the end of each yoga therapy session. In a random act of kindness a student bought me these glasses on her vacation. Made me feel much gratitude and appreciation. #1000ActsofKindness
I broke one of two of these glass that I use to serve tea at the end of each yoga therapy session. In a random act of kindness a student bought me these glasses on her vacation. Made me feel much gratitude and appreciation. #1000ActsofKindness

“Smile or shake hands.” Joy

“Come from a place of contribution and gratitude. Do something for someone without them knowing.” michelle

“Going out of my way to make others feel special, whether its a hello, a kind word, a little gift or donation… you never know who needs it the most that day.” Indira

“common courtesies.” frank

“I usually do a little something each week.” Andrea

“Smile to a random stranger” Jes

“practice kindness, compassion, and respect for others every day – its a practice, like yoga” Judy Mungovan

“When you do good you feel good and when you feel good you can be good. It’s up to you to push yourself towards being a better you.”Chantala Forgie

“Just be kind to those in need as you see it, and can do it.”  Jessica

“Do small acts of kindness every day to family, friends and strangers.” Andre

“just by doing them … it can just start with a smile at a complete stranger or holding a door for someone” Anne

“Lead by example and doing which can turn into the pay-it-forward effect” Elizabeth

“Be courteous. Always” Karen Kyung Fuhrmann

“By always being positive, smiling, saying good morning, compliment others” Stephanie

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