Random Acts of kindness Day is celebrated on February 17th every year in United States of America.
On Random Acts of Kindness Day we all know what to do, since the name itself gives the answer. You can perform any few Random Acts of Kindness on this day. Virtually any kind deed will do on Random Acts of Kindness Day. Try to execute kind acts on as many people as you can.
Random Acts of Kindness Day is a deary day of many people and groups. Most of the people like the idea of showing a little benignity to others. People like being on the receiving end of this day as well as the showing end. It’s a very good thing to do and also fun day for everyone. It makes both the receiver and the giver feel good.
Organizations use Random Acts of Kindness Day to promote their cause, and for fundraisers, where as the schools use this day as an educational event and encourages the value of kindness.
Random Acts of Kindness day is also celebrated in New Zealand on September 1st. In 2005 Random acts of kindness Day began at a national level by Josh de Jong, Marshall Gray, Megan Singleton and Reuben Gwyn. On this day whole country is challenged to do something kind to a friend or stranger for no reason at all.
On this day various events take place through local organizations and people used to enjoy and have fun. Being kind and helpful to other people also rewards our own sense of worth. Sometimes we turn stressed because we think we can't deal our responsibilities in life, which can lead to depression, if we believe we are despicable and can't do anything right. Even if a person doesn't know us, helping other people can prompt us that we do have value and importance to someone, because we executed a random act of kindness when no one else would. What a great and lovely self-esteem boost that is!
Below are some of the things and you can perform on Random acts of Kindness Day, and feel good?
Choose to volunteer at a school, organization or a charity.
For a stranger hold the open door to a building.
In the traffic allow a waiting car ahead of you.
Mow the neighbor’s lawn or shovel their snow foe free.
Collect Coats to donate and help the poor and homeless people from the winter cold.
You can host a Toy drive and donate them to children in need, as the toys bring the smile on a kid face.
To reduce waste in a landfill and help protect the environment use a reusable water bottle.
For grocery shopping don’t use the plastic bags or paper bags, use your own reusable bag which saves the environment.
Literally, Procrastination is killer so start immediately.
Make kindness a priority.