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Teresa, Volunteer Mentor (@hopeful33250)

Loving Kindness: Live Healthier and Happier

Mental Health | Last Active: Jun 24, 2019 | Replies (39)

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@lisalucier

@hopeful33250 – when my kids were about 1 and 2 years old, I was picking up some milk and eggs in the refrigerated cabinet at Kwik Trip's convenience store when a lady I didn't know handed me a Kwik Trip gift card, saying it was Random Acts of Kindness Day and that I looked like I could use it. What I understood it to mean is that she saw a mom of two tiny kids who likely lived a harried life and would be blessed by having someone do something nice for her. I was quite surprised to find out it was for $20. This made me really want to look out for opportunities to do nice things for others.

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@lisalucier
Thanks for sharing that, Lisa. I especially like your last sentence, "This made me really want to look out for opportunities to do nice things for others."
So, perhaps we can surmise that random acts of kindness is contagious!
Anyone else have a story to share?

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