Good Acts and Stories

Anytime a person helps another two things happen. There is a release, which is a feeling of safety and empowerment. There is a feeling of accomplishment, strength and value. Each of these feelings are energy flow and the mechanics of Goodology – the greatest currency.

AOK Acts of Kindness Day in Chappaqua is Oct. 23

AOK Acts of Kindness Here’s a cool thing for a community to do. AOK Acts of Kindness Day is October 23rd in Chappaqua, NY. Post cards and messages will be delivered throughout town with messages of kindness and positivity. “Perform a kind act for someone, then leave the card if you choose.” As the Chappaqua…

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Three Teens Give Homeless Man a Blanket

Teens have gotten ‘bad press’ in all generations – not just millennials. High energy and growing can lead to crazy activity and expression. But, overall, we do realize that there is much more positivity in this generation of millennials than not. Teens give. Here is an example of teens using their energy very positively, which…

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Four Year Old Girl Angel For “Old Man”

Four Year Old Girl Angel For “Old Man” When 82-year-old Dan Peterson lost his wife, he fell into a deep depression. He was ready to give up on life until a 4-year-old stranger turned everything around. Below is the story of this unlikely pair. The video says that a loving couple was buried. The wife was buried…

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Five Most Philanthropic Pro Basketball Players

The Five Most Philanthropic Pro Basketball Players by Jason Gordon Just like any other professional sport, having a successful career in the NBA can be a very lucrative proposition. As with any successful career, often, success is accompanied by wealth and with the average NBA player making around $5 million per year after the 2013-14…

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George Michael’s Good Acts of Kindness

George Michael’s Good Acts There are many stores of George Michael’s good acts of kindness, which have surfaced after his death. 1. Woman on Deal or No Deal A woman on Deal or No Deal needed In vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments. It was tweeted by Richard Osman that Michael secretly phone her the next day and…

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Abdul Sattar Edhi Father Teresa: Legacy of Compassion

Abdul Sattar Edhi Called Father Teresa He was one of the most important public figures in Pakistan. He came to Pakistan totally broke, “My parents never wanted to ask anyone for money.” They said, “start something that serves the public – even in extreme hardship.” “My religion is humanitarianism, which is the basis of every religion in…

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Third Grade Students Study “The Golden Rule”

Students Produce Poem from “The Golden Rule” A third grade team of students at Muddy Brook Elementary School in Great Barrington, MA are working on a thoughtful project that relates to kindness and the Golden Rule. It is “to develop a unit of study based on Norman Rockwell’s and living illustrator Jerry Pinkney’s work. The unit…

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Grocery Store Acts of Kindness and More!

Grocery Store Acts of Kindness Below are acts surrounded by food! There are grocery store acts of kindness, restaurant acts of kindness and more. Spend a minute, breathe easy and enjoy. The Man at the Market When the supermarket clerk tallied up my groceries, I was $12 over what I had on me. I began…

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Random Act of Kindness Inspires Immediate Reward

Random Act of Kindness Inspires This is a great story of everyday life, kindness, shopping and rotisserie chickens. Random acts of kindness stand alone – the reward is in the feeling of giving! But, in this case for Karly it was that and more! It shows you how a random act of kindness inspires. She had…

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Hearing Impaired Girl Helps Derrick Coleman

Hearing Impaired Girl Helps Derrick Coleman Derrick Coleman: The deaf Super Bowl champion who broke the sound barrier http://t.co/3RNb5sZArk pic.twitter.com/8Q3fiB0Wut — Phonak – Life is On (@phonak) August 7, 2015 Derrick Coleman of the Seattle Seahawks played in the Super Bowl on Feb 2, 2014. The difference between Derrick and all the other players on…

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