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It’s not about the money…. It’s about the act ~ connecting heart to heart ღ•♥•.¸¸.•♥•.¸ with another person.


I believe in spreading happiness, joy, goodwill and making a meaningful difference for others in our world.


So I perform an Act of Kindness each day.


Here are some inspiring Acts Of Kindness Ideas you can perform too:


“The greatest distance is not from here to the moon, it is from one human heart to another. That’s the space we really need to cross.”~ Sita


At Forever Natural Wellness we look for as many ways as possible to spread happiness, joy, gratitude and abundance and make a meaningful difference for others in our world.  We also find great joy in personally experiencing the act of giving.


In the spirit of “leaving the world a better place than we found it,” try leaving the last person you interacted with, happier than you found them.  Not only is it beautifully meaningful to connect at the heart level with others and experience this human exchange of kindness and goodness, it’s also inspiring and fun!  I have made a commitment to perform an Act of Kindness each and every day.


Make our world a better world….
Can you imagine what our world would be like if we all did this each and every day? If the idea inspires you, please consider trying this: Do an Act of Kindness each day for 30 days and see how it shifts your own personal energy. Try to keep them simple and easy to perform and do them anonymously whenever possible.



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I hope you are inspired to join me in contributing to the powerful, positive energy of love, kindness, goodness and beauty in our world.


 Leave a greeting card with a handwritten uplifting personal message on a stranger’s doorstep or car windshield for them to find when they return (perhaps even tell them what you are doing and why and that you genuinely wish them a happy and wonderful day).
ღ  Put some money in a public place for someone to find (this is one of our favorites – it’s so fun to do!) Whatever denomination of money you can leave is fine (the amount is not the point).


 If you see a person carrying a heavy load, help them with it.


 Gather up any jackets and/or blankets you no longer use and distribute them to homeless people you pass by in the winter time.


 Pay for the order of the person behind you in a drive-thru line or at another table at a restaurant (this is a great one because three people get to enjoy the energy of this; you, the recipient of your kindness AND the person taking your order – try it and you will see how amazing it feels!)


 Help someone load their groceries into their car. Explain to them that you try to perform an Act of Kindness each day and today THEY are your recipient!
If a person appears lost or confused, warmly approach them and ask them if they need some assistance.


 Feed someone’s expired parking meter so they don’t receive a parking ticket.


 Genuinely smile (as big a smile as possible) and say a heartfelt “Good Morning!” (Good Afternoon or Good Evening) to a passerby.


 Give a flower (or a whole bouquet of flowers) to a stranger (or leave flowers or a small potted plant on someone’s doorstep – maybe even with a note that the flowers are simply an Act of Kindness from a stranger who hopes the flowers brighten their day).


 If you interact with any strangers (such as a clerk at a grocery store, bank teller, bus driver, doorman, security guard, etc.) start up a conversation with them asking how they are doing. Genuinely listen to them and be positive and upbeat in your conversation while keeping it focused on them (not you). Make them feel special and that someone cares and is listening to them.


 Keep individual water bottles and/or energy bars in your car and pass them out to people you encounter on the street who appear to be in need.


 If you see a person in need near a restaurant you are going to, buy a meal for them (if you feel so inclined, approach them before you go in, tell them you would like to buy them a meal and ask them what they would like to have).


 Tell someone in your life what you sincerely admire about them.


 Compliment a complete stranger on their haircut or hair color or an article of clothing they are wearing that you really do like (it’s incredible how much this lifts their spirits – most especially because it came “out of the blue” from a stranger).


 If someone in line next to you at a convenience store (or anywhere) is a little short in having enough money to pay for their order, generously offer the amount of money needed (it is usually not much at all and makes everyone involved feel great about the Act of Kindness).


 If you receive excellent service from someone, take the time to tell their manager (this is one of those Acts that all three people benefit from).
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What other Acts of Kindness can you think of to make a meaningful difference for others in our world?

Share Your Acts of Kindness Ideas!


If you would like to share your Acts of Kindness ideas with us, please do! We’d LOVE to hear from you.


Article adapted from Newsletter  “Your Path to Abundance” ~ Lily Jensen

Kahren Young

Kahren's passion for Health & Wellness motivated her to found Forever Natural Wellness to share advise, tips, products and more with people who want to follow a healthy lifestyle, full of joy and happiness and who want to accomplish everything they want in life. Live Healthy & Be Happy!

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