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    Random Acts of Kindness

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    help to show some of the more somber realities of contemporary China. When reading this novel, it seems as if Yiyun Li is portraying China as being filled with loneliness and despair, bringing about an overall tone of complacency for the novella “Kindness.” But contrary to the tone of this story, Li unveils hope hidden within the encounters of others and their positive and negative influences. Li writes this novella in the form of a narrative, therefore the reader is never left wondering what Moyan

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    Evaluation of Two Random Acts of Kindness Introduction Fredrickson (2008), a scientist and author, relays if we all do one random act of kindness daily we might set the world in the right direction. The direction indicated by an act of kindness is due to the possible chain reaction, which sparks others to 'pay it forward ' to others, creating a case for sustainability. My acts of kindness are evaluated in terms of person values and consumption; both can accrue to sustainability. The First Act My first

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    Have you ever wondered how it feels to do a random act of kindness or receive something nice from someone without knowing it? A couple of reasons how a random act of kindness feels is it makes you feel like you accomplished by helping someone, and you would feel very thankful if someone did the same to you, in the same way you can inspire someone to do a random act of kindness too. To begin with, helping someone makes you feel like you accomplished something even if it's holding a door for someone

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    see in the world,” Ghandi once said. So how can you, a single person in this big world, make a difference? Performing random of kindness, of course! Acts of kindness bring out the good in everyone, make others happier, and encourage us all to be kind, even in the smallest of ways. By demonstrating random acts of kindness, we can make the world a better place. Random acts of kindness can bring out the best in everyone by showing there is true goodness in every person. In 1944, polish pianist Wladyslaw

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    The Power of Kindness

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    A perfect society would consist of an atmosphere where random acts of kindness were a normal part of everyone’s daily life. Not only does one experience a sensation of relief and joy whenever performing an act of kindness, the deed also affects the person whom the kindness was directed towards. A random act of kindness is a widely known subject. However, the effects of the action are not as well known. In today’s society, between all of the cars, cellphones, money, jobs, new technology etc. it becomes

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    actually react to this social break of the normal of saying “hey, hello, hi, or what up”. I just feel like this is one of the ones that I will actually be able to have more of a reaction and have more to go off of. For the telephone experiment I will act it out on the day of November 13th

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    Habitat for Humanity International

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    Acting in Kindness Together A random act of kindness by definition is understood to be unsystematically acting in goodwill without any expectation of return or benefit to oneself. According to the Random Acts of Kindness Foundation (RAKF), there is a “kindness movement” in progress. The main goal of this movement is to help create a better world by increasing awareness and spreading acts of kindness. (Random) Scott Adams, creator of the comic strip Dilbert, proclaims not to believe that an act of kindness

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    about it and how I try to apply it in everyday life. My personal philosophy for life in general is to try to treat everyone with understanding and kindness, no matter what kind of day I have had. The most important concepts I attribute to this philosophy includes, not making snap judgments when I first meet someone, always try to do a random act of kindness at least once a week if not once a day, and learning that I do not always have to be right, but being open to new ideas and perspectives. There

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    A little pick me up

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    change. However changing a community, even a miniscule amount would require a planned, long effort by multiple people, or would it? What if a few people from a community start doing random acts of kindness whenever they have a chance or see fit? Then the people who the group affected will go out and do another act of kindness, if we can keep this process going, it could lead to a change in society. Not all of the people will continue it, but if a few from each occurrence keep the message going, this could

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    personal statement

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    My past research experience was exciting to be a part of. My colleagues and I chose to study the different reactions to a small random act of kindness. My group and I decided to conduct the random act of kindness at our local college. We thought the hallway by the cafeteria, was a great spot to conduct our experiment. The results concluded were different then what I expected. The results of my experiment were fascinating. For instance, when one of my colleagues attempted to hand out the flowers

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