Random Acts of Kindness are inspiring. Random Acts of Kindness are celebrated and appreciated at times and they do deserve to be. Everyone can do a Random Act of Kindness. Kindness does not cost money. Random Acts of Kindness week is February 12th through the 18th. Many people, groups, and organizations throughout the world see Kindness as their mission. The more we all support these groups and each other, the Kinder place our world can be.
People can become RAKTIVISTS on randomactsofkindness.org. Social media sites dedicated to Kindness and groups in multiple cities promote and encourage Kindness. The Pittsburg Kindness Initiative was founded in 2013. Groups have been founded in Atlanta, Kalamazoo, Dubuque, St. Louis, San Diego, and more places throughout the United States and world. Sites such as actionforhappiness.org can be explored for ways to take action to make the world a happier and more caring place.
Bert Dorazio is a founding member of Pittsburgh Kindness Initiative. Bert is actively involved in his community and other worthwhile causes. Larry Gioia and members of Carnegie Mellon University’s Software Development Project are also essential members of the Pittsburg Kindness Initiative. They wish to make Pittsburgh the Kindest City in the World, however this is a goal that every city can work towards for the benefit of all of the human race.
Everyone, regardless of race, social status, or ability deserves and benefits from kindness. The person that spreads Kindness to others benefits just as the receiver benefits. Giving Kindness to others, gives Kindness to yourself as well. Be kind! Be inspired! Have a bright day!