Look to me like this woman in the picture is being Kindhearted by taking something (presumably food), out of her picnic basket to help this young man. I wish we could all immolate this act of kindness. Perhaps you can help someone with Food, perhaps money, perhaps a gift card to get food, perhaps with clothing. Perhaps with kind conversation and a meaningful smile. Being kindhearted to people is something we should all strive for. I know I don't always pull it off. Some days you're rushed for time and don't take the time for the extra act of kindness, some days you're unprepared and later wish you had had a gift card with you, or food to share, or a warm coat. Whatever the act of kindness is, it's something anyone receiving it will be appreciative.
Have you actively participated in a week, or a month of random acts of kindness? If you have tell us about your experiences. Perhaps something you've done or seen others do will inspire the rest of us. Perhaps your story will inspire us to invest in another human being.
If you work in or frequently spend time in a downtown area of a large city, you probably come face to face of homeless and others in need more than if you're living in a rural area. Do you visit parks and see folks trying to sleep on a park bench? Tell us what you see, what you think could be done to make life easier or kinder for someone else.
**The counts on our progress bars are current, the percentages not quite. I'll not be figure the percentages with each update of numbers, but will be updating again next at least by the 20th. I have in fact made a reminder not on my cell phone for the 20th of each month to do percentages. If we're at a milestone, or I just have extra time I may do it more often...but certainly at that scheduled time.
**All donations regardless of size and number are valued. All donations are appreciated. The Power of One is awesome, and when we work together The Power of One becomes The Power of Many.