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I took this picture while in line at the Crown Point Jewel-Osco a half an hour ago. I had been thinking crabby thoughts about humanity just before I spotted this young man, who was bagging groceries, pull out his wallet to pay the remainder of a customer’s bill when she said she didn’t have enough. See? There are still heroes. – via: Suzanne Dee / Facebook ••• @globalpositivenews @globalpositivenews @globalpositivenews . . . #caring #heartwarming #positivepsychology #globalpositivenews #news #somegoodnews #tanksgoodnews #goodnewsmovement #Positivenews #positivenergy #positivity #onemillionactsofgood #kindness #kindnessmatters #randomactsofkindness #helpingpeople #customerappreciation #helpingothers #employee #employees #kindteen #teenagersareawesome #bekindtoothers #benicetopeople #faithinhumanity #elderly #elderlycare
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This is a little heavier then just sunshine and sparkles but I wanted to share it here… Jadav Payeng planted a forest in Majuli. One tree at a time.
This is more than sunshine and sparkles. Yet it fits into this more than my F:AK (Friday – acts of kindness) posts… these teens inspire me and show me how much is possible.
Friday acts of kindness/We are the world blogfest.
Rex Scott was driving the bus and joked to Valerie that he takes tips in the form if kidneys. It just so happened that Valerie has been prepared to give her kidney to someone who couldn’t receive it. Here was someone who walked into her path….
Read the story here https://www.goalcast.com/2020/02/13/stranger-kidney-donor-saved-womans-life/
How many of us listen to meaning behind the words and act of them?
I’d love to do so.
What aft of kindness can you do for someone? What act of kindness has someone done for you?
Let’s spread light….
Love, light and glitter
Tom Moore completed 100 laps of his garden to raise money to help those struggling because of the virus. He was aiming for a thousand before his 100th birthday on the 30th April 2020 but he far surpassed his goal.
Tom’s walk inspired 90 year old Margaret Payne to climb her 17 stairs a total of 282 times – 2,398 feet – to raise money. You can still donate to her campaign here.
I’d love to see your sunshine and sparkles…. please write, or share.
Love, light and glitter
Wes Moberly lost his job and couldn’t pay his rent. After 2 months his landlord Ellery Lewis went to check up on the family. Instead of evicting them he gave the family $100 towards their necessities, taking a load off their shoulders, and will work out a repayment plan with them- and all his other tenants who can’t afford to pay rent due to Coronavirus work difficulties.
This little boy didn’t have anyone to cone to his party. So Nampa High School’s football team came instead..
In continuation of Sundays sunshine post – Sunspened Coffee