Posted.: February 2018
Tomorrow, Saturday February 17th is National Random Acts of Kindness Day. This has grown in popularity each year. It is celebrated by individuals, groups and organizations, nationwide, to encourage acts of kindness. It is a favourite day to many, as people everywhere are enjoying doing these acts of kindness. The good news is that this enjoyment needn't be confined to one day a year. The feeling is available 24/7. It can be one of the consequences of following the teachings of a man who lived 2000 years ago, who urged us to 'love our neighbours', whoever they are. Anyway, enjoying the day is a good start!
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