My 94-year-old friend was in a pharmacy buying perfume. As she chose a bottle and put it in her trolley she made a couple of casual remarks about it to a young man who was shopping nearby.

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Not long ago, I was waiting in a long line at my favorite bakery, which makes some amazing scones. The delicious pile in the glass case dwindled quickly as those in the long line ahead of me snapped them up, until there was just one perfect beauty remaining — and one woman ahead of me. To my everlasting joy, she chose a croissant, so when I got to the counter I pointed to the last scone and declared, “I’ll take that.” No sooner had I spoken than the fellow behind me cried out: “Hey, that’s my scone! I’ve been waiting in line for 20 minutes!” Which he had been — behind me.

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Random acts of kindness generate others…

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There are some truly beautiful people in this world! 😀

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When Karen lost her job and her the place where she volunteered was shut down because of COVID, she needed something. She was feeling down because everything in her life had stopped so suddenly and much earlier than for many other people.

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This morning I got a call from my neighbor. She is 92 years old and is the sweetest person you may ever meet.

When we first moved in, she made us homemade Italian cookies and wanted to make sure that we knew that Malachi is always welcome to play in her yard area since we don’t really have one. She remembers both of my boy’s names despite not really seeing them that much and always asks about them when we see each other.

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I really feel compelled to post in here about the four teenage boys we had the pleasure of meeting yesterday and again today at the BMX track at Pepi’s land on our walk.

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My daughter was 13. We were on holiday in Santa Monica and were out shopping. There was an airline giving away snacks they serve with drinks as a gimmick. I saw she’d collected loads in her bag. As we walked back to the parking lot she handed them to the homeless people on the benches.

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I work at a grocery store. Last week I was sanitizing all the carts and a gentleman walked up to me thanked me for my hard work and said God bless you. I said thank you and God bless you too.

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We are in our 80’s and were at the store. I had a large milk for my husband and had a fat-free for me. The cashier said I could only have one (because of COVID) and had to choose so I chose the one for my husband and continued to put stuff on the counter. A beautiful young lady said she would take it, paid for it and told me it was for me.

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My neighbor overheard me crying outside to my mum today because I’m struggling right now. I’ve been let off from my main job, have to move house in less than two weeks, and I genuinely had a moment of feeling helpless and sorry for myself.

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I had shoulder surgery which ended up being more severe than it was expected to be. Two days later heading home, we got stuck in traffic on the way to the airport so my partner and I weren’t able to be seated together, only across the aisle from each other.

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