[Community-Service] World Kindness Day

Jeanetta price price.jeanetta at gmail.com
Sat Nov 13 17:41:48 UTC 2021

Challenge accepted! Please KINDLY join the movement. Let’s get it POPPIN’ with kindness! 

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> On Nov 13, 2021, at 11:01 AM, Daria Bannerman via Community-Service <community-service at nfbnet.org> wrote:
> A few years ago on One cold, sunny Wednesday in Washington, D. C., my
> friends and I were walking to a museum we wanted to visit. (We were
> enjoying our Spring break vacation). As we were walking down various
> sidewalks and crossing a few streets, we spotted two people—a mother
> and her child—sleeping on the cold, possibly damp, sidewalk. My
> friends and I were exchanging ideas of what we could do to help the
> mother and son. The night before, we had decided to pack lunches for
> the museum visit as a way of saving money. To make the long story
> short, we decided to give our food and drinks to them.
> You may be thinking, “This is a nice gesture you’ve done for those
> people, but where are you going with this? What am I supposed to learn
> from your story?”
> I admire your curiosity and willingness to learn. November 13th is
> World Kindness Day. Formed in 1998, World Kindness Day is an
> international holiday annually celebrated by many countries, including
> the U. S. This international holiday gives people all over the world a
> chance to show kindness to one another and reflect on ways to
> demonstrate kindness. You can show kindness to friends, family, and
> even strangers. Being kind to others is something that costs nothing
> to do and is something everyone can participate in, no matter one’s
> age, race, economic status, or ability level. Whether you buy someone
> a cup of coffee, share a meal with someone you don’t know, make
> someone laugh, or be a listening ear to someone going through a tough
> time, you are showing kindness. So, I challenge you to honor this
> international holiday by being kind. Let’s make this world a better
> place, one act of kindness at a time.
> In Service,
> Daria
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