What if, instead of the constant photos of hatred and photoshopped images spewing distrust, you chose to share images of random acts of kindness?
Would it really be that bad a thing?
Each image below tells a story. A story of kindness and humanity that needs no explanation from me.
When you come across messages and images like these online, actively share them on social media. Brighten the day of people on your timeline with hope instead of darkening it.
Remind people that there is no shortage of kindness.It is just a matter of choosing to either find it or be the giver of it yourself. And you can start right now with a simple message to anyone in your life who needs it today.
This is part of my #AtoZChallenge where I will be focusing on Real Life Heroes: Shining Examples of Kindness and Compassion. You can find other real-life heroes here.
This post is also part of the 'We Are The World Blogfest' (you can read about it here). Aimed at flooding social media with peace and love, bloggers from around the world will look to share stories of love and humanity on the last Friday of every month to help bring a smile on your face and give you hope too.
Co-hosts this month are:Belinda Witzenhausen, Simon Falk, Inderpreet Kaur Uppal, Mary J. Giese and Peter Nena
You can read more feel-good posts (and also add your own, if you want to share the joy with #WATWB) in the linky here.
P.S. If you want 50 more instances proving that the world is not a bad place, click here. (Warning: Image-heavy page)