In 2017, the year I started the Heroes of Kindness Compilation, I had a post titled 'Love, XYZ' that focused on compassion from strangers and random acts of kindness.

I said it in 2017 and it bears repeating even today -
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.

Here are a dozen instances where total strangers came to the help of people in need.

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers


Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers

Faith in humanity restored - kind acts from strangers



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.

You can check the image laden 2017 'Love, XYZ' compilation here.

Author's note:
This is part of my  #BlogchatterA2Z and #AtoZChallenge where I will be focusing on Real Life Heroes of Kindness and Compassion. 

Of course, I have been tracking these lovely human beings for years now and have found children as young as six years old and old women in their eighties from across the world who will restore your faith in humanity.

Want more stories of compassion to brighten up your day? Hundreds of 'Heroes of Kindness' can be found here:

Heroes of Kindness - 2017 edition
Heroes of Kindness - 2018 edition
Heroes of Kindness - 2019 edition
Heroes of Kindness - Indian edition


3 Comments

Vidhya Thakkar said…
another inspiring post!
Whiteangelbird said…
These pictures do tell the stories of selflessness and empathy. Again an amazing post that is so inspiring.
Reema D'souza said…
This post is so beautiful! Random acts of kindness are rare these days but these incidents tell me that there is still some good left in the world.