Our Karma Mission have no political agenda or association, and is not part of any organization. We are only one of the many local individuals contributors / small group of citizens, who are using funds from their own pockets to pay for these Karma missions with: a simple goal of creating a better world.
These professional hair stylists rented a bus with their own money, drove overnight to the village, hand out care packages and then offered FREE haircuts to anyone in the village.
Give hope through a human touch or bringing care packages to a senior’s home who has no family, and in many cases may be bedridden. Tell them that their company still matters or simply listen to their life stories.
Visiting villages that been effected by Agent Orange from the Vietnam War and are still affecting this generation. This 15-year-old boy is under-developed, bedridden and can’t walk. He’s living in constant fear that his family will abandon him at any minute, like so many other families have done. In this video, I was talking to the mother and telling him how handsome he is as he was becoming shy.
Giving out books and care packages at an orphanage in Vietnam.
#Karma NinjaChallenge: do 3 random acts of kindness within the next 7 days.
Kindness is contagious.
When we’re kind, we inspire others to be kind, and it actually creates a ripple effect that spreads outwards to our friends’ friends’ friends — to three degrees of separation. ~ New England Journal of Medicine
Kindness Ideal: Help clean / decorate a friend home, create a love experience for your family, give a stranger 15min of your time.
Share:Take pictures and create multi-social media interactions around the world.
HaiNoi city are cutting down 6,700 100-years-old Trees that were planted during colonial rule. Share and let your friend and the world know, your voice can save these beautiful 6700 Century-Old Trees.
A Facebook page titled 6,700 people for 6,700 trees, attracted over 50,000 “likes” in 2 days.
‘What an irony it is that these living beings whose shade we sit in, whose fruit we eat, whose limbs we climb, whose roots we water, to whom most of us rarely give a second thought, are so poorly understood. We need to come, as soon as possible, to a profound understanding and appreciation for trees and forests and the vital role they play, for they are among our best allies in the uncertain future that is unfolding.’ Jim Robbins