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Father and Daughter Team Up To Do Random Acts of Kindness

June 25th, 2015 Viewed 1424 times

 

Hat Tip: Fail Blog – What Could Be Cuter Than a Father and Daughter Teaming Up To Do Random Acts of Kindness to Celebrate Their Birthday?

Are You Doing Enough to Help Those Around You In Need?

June 11th, 2015 Viewed 1540 times

Morgan Wheeler

Morgan Wheeler is an Internet Celebrity, but not for the normal reasons.  Morgan Wheeler helped out a veteran at a West Virginia WalMart that she saw was in need.

As Morgan helped him around the store, she picked up all of the items on the man’s meager shopping list of bread, soup, peanut butter and bananas, but then asked why he didn’t need other essentials, such as milk and eggs.

‘He told me that he might not make it home, without them going bad,’ said Morgan. ‘So I questioned how he got to the store. He told me that he did what he was doing in the parking lot until he got to 119 and then hitch hiked with a trucker to the parking lot.’

Without hesitation, Morgan ordered the man a taxi and picked up a gallon of milk.

‘After placing a gallon of milk in his cart he was crying,’ she said. ‘People were passing by us, looking sideways at him.

‘I knelt down and asked him what was wrong and he replied, that I “was doing far too much for an old man that I barely knew”.’

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-3118666/I-gallon-milk-cart-cried-Woman-praised-social-media-sharing-emotional-post-helping-disabled-veteran-shopping.html#ixzz3cktyMICZ

What Did You Do For Your Birthday?

November 16th, 2012 Viewed 2015 times

raok20For my 35th birthday, I celebrated the fact that I could run for President.  For my 36th, I don’t even recall it being a big deal.  But after reading how Robyn celebrated hers with 38 random acts of kindness, I know how I want to spend my next one!

She did everything from buying doughnuts for policemen to leaving money at vending machines.  From bringing clothes to the needy to a note for her mailman.

I’ve always wanted to make a difference in someone else’s life at Christmastime, but I never thought of doing it for my birthday.

What about you?  Go over and visit the post by clicking the image or the link above and tell me that you are not challenged to make “your day” more about others than yourself!


Image from Mix Mingled Glow in the linked post.

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Standing in the Gap in a Society that's Warring with God.