Exercising kindness toward others can go a long way toward healing your own mental health. Many studies conclude that participants who engaged in acts of kindness for a period of seven days experienced a surge in their levels of happiness

The importance of being kind is significantly higher than many of us realize. When we treat other people with compassion, go out of our way to make their lives simpler, and go the extra mile to ensure that they are happy, we not only make them happy but also make ourselves feel better and a sense of overall self satisfaction. In Shakespeare’s “The Merchant of Venice,” Portia says that the attribute of pity “is twice blessed; it blesseth both him who gives and him who takes.”

It’s a curious thing, but if you lead by example, people will always follow you, provided the example you set is honest, true, and has moral value.

We have all had times when we’ve reached out to complete strangers to offer help or assistance, haven’t we?


  • How many times have you held a heavy door open for someone to walk through safely?
  • How many times have you helped someone in the grocery store with something that was beyond their reach?
  • How many times have you made a phone call for someone or allowed them to use your phone in an emergency?

Most likely, more times than you can easily remember!

What about this:

  • Have you ever helped anyone start their car or given someone a ride?

  • How about helping a young Mom struggling with a young baby and her stroller?

  • Or helped the old man with a cane get down a flight of stairs?

  • Have you ever picked up some trash that was blowing in the wind and put it in a dumpster?

Surely you have. Most people have. It’s just something you do. There is never a reason. Nor do you ever expect any reward for those random acts of kindness. It’s how you were raised. It’s the right thing to do isn’t it?

The world is changing and changing rapidly. Mostly for the better, but there are also many changes that are neither good nor welcome.

Too many people will never understand that it really is love that makes the world go around.

What If?

The random acts of kindness that so many people engage in on a daily basis are often opportunities spotted and fulfilled without any conscious thought at all. It’s just what we do.

But what if we applied conscious thought and actively looked for opportunities to help complete strangers?

Would it make a difference in the life of that stranger that you helped? Of course, it would. Someone stepping up to help in their hour of need would be almost heaven-sent.

But what about YOU?

How would you feel?

How would you feel about being in the right place, at the right time, to help someone when nobody else could or would? Wouldn’t you get a kick out of that? Of course, you would!

This immeasurable, unquantifiable, feel-good factor has such a buzz to it that it would light you up for the rest of the day!

Do you think the recipient of your random act of kindness might tell someone about what happened to them today? Would they speak well of you and express their gratitude to the unknown stranger who was there just at the right time today? Of course!

Is it possible that they might be so inspired by your actions on their behalf that they would tell several people?

What if those people were also inspired by your example, and they, too, consciously started finding people each day that they could help?

Ripples on a Pond

Just like ripples on a pond, your single, random act of kindness could have a very far reaching, positive effect on the lives of many, many people.

Strangers that you’ve never met and likely will never, ever meet could have a smile on their face today, just because of you!

So how about it? Could you help a complete stranger today with a Random Act of Kindness? How would that make you feel? What if you did it every day?

What if you led by example and were able to positively change the lives of many, many people simply by doing the right thing for no other reason than the fact that you can?

The only way you can change your own world is by making decisions and taking action. By consciously employing Random Acts of Kindness, you can change the lives of anyone you meet, at any time, or anywhere.

The Challenge: Change the World

So, here’s a challenge for you:

Commit to one Random Act of Kindness each day for one week. That’s seven days, seven opportunities to make someone smile, and seven opportunities to make yourself feel good by helping a complete stranger in their moment of need.

If you like it, keep it going!

Lead by example, knowing that the ripples that you’re sending out on the pond of life will inspire others to follow your example, and one person at a time, one Random Act of Kindness at a time, collectively, we WILL change the world.



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It is intriguing to note that only seeing acts of kindness performed by others might produce the same “feel-good” chemicals as performing acts of kindness oneself. On the other hand, one can obtain a greater benefit from being the cause of others’ acts of kindness. Actively seek out opportunities to commit acts of kindness in order to keep track of the total number. You won’t have to keep at it for very long before you start to see the fruits of your labor. A single, seemingly modest act of generosity has the potential to set off a domino effect that is immensely beneficial. The miracle of kindness is that it may infect others while giving us self satisfaction; as a result, we should all seek to spread it to as many people as possible. Be kinder, Be Awesome with www.theNWO.com


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