Jun 8, 2013-- Remember the time when someone let you cut in line at the grocery store because you only had one item to pay for? How about that day on the subway when you witnessed a seemingly self-absorbed teenager, glued to his iPod, giving up his seat for an elderly lady with a cane? These stories stay with us because they are reminders that, even in the face of adversity and darkness we have a shining capacity to do good. Often they inspire us to pay-it-forward by creating our own random acts of kindness. Read on for 24 recent stories of small, yet powerful acts of kindness. They just might inspire you to keep the ripples of kindness flowing by doing something generous for a stranger this week. (45416 reads)
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