10 Ideas for Acts of Kindness
#HolyMischief: Because Kindness Matters.
Kindness matters because it is the one thing that can never be repaid. Proverbs 3:27 says, "Do not withhold goodfrom those to whom it is due, when it is in your power to act." When you do an act of kindness as a result of the Holy Spirit, then you are engaging in #HolyMischief. Here are 10 easy acts of #HolyMischief you can do every day!
1. Give a compliment: A sincere compliment can brighten someone's day and let them know that you appreciate them.
2. Pay it forward: Buy the coffee for the person behind you in line, or hold the door open for someone.
3. Volunteer: Donating your time to a worthy cause is one of the most selfless things you can do.
4. Donate: Clean out your closet and donate clothes, books, or toys that you no longer need to a local charity.
5. Help a neighbor: Mow the lawn for an elderly neighbor, or shovel snow off of their sidewalk.
6. Smile: Something as simple as a smile can make someone's day.
7. Be patient: If you're in a hurry, it can be easy to get frustrated with someone who is taking their time. However, a little patience can go a long way.
8. Offer words of encouragement: Whether it's a friend who is going through a tough time, or a stranger who looks like they could use a pick-me-up, offering words of encouragement can make a world of difference.
9. Listen: Sometimes, all someone needs is for someone to lend a listening ear.
10. Say thank you: Show your appreciation to the people in your life with a simple "thank you."
What #HolyMischief is doing is sparking a kindness revolution. We’re challenging you to do something kind for someone else, every day, for the rest of the year. It can be anything from making them breakfast in bed to paying for their coffee. The more people who get involved, the more we can make this world a kinder place. Join us and let’s change the world together!
P.S. - I invite you to sign up for #HolyMischief's Newsletter and join us on this kindness revolution! Together, we can make the world a more compassionate place. Click here to sign up.
What are your thoughts?