Kindness Hall of Fame
Visit the Kindness Hall of Fame. Nominate someone you feel has either consistently delivered acts of kindness over the years or has performed one extraordinary act of kindness. We call it “passing a Sequin of Kindness.”
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The Sequin of Kindness™ blog is dedicated to those of us who have the powerful responsibility to positively impact the young.
Use this website as a resource in your classroom or organization to gain inspiration, promote ideas, and generate the intrigue necessary to spark a kindness movement throughout your communities.
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Tag Archives: empathy
As an empath it isn’t unlike me to be doing an act of kindness, it’s just who/how I am. I put so many ahead of myself knowing that the struggle a person may be going through can be painful. However … Continue reading
I had just left the Walmart parking lot, and had notice a middle-aged man with only one leg holding a sign asking for assistance. I then, in the midst of driving, decided to stop and offer him some cash. I … Continue reading
Fourteen is the age to sleep until noon, obsess over texting, and crave the latest and greatest computer game. Not to mention adjust to high school. Homework, studying, and fun. It can often be difficult to find a perfect balance … Continue reading
In my apartment complex, there is an elderly woman who lives on the first floor. This woman has an oxygen tank and it’s difficult for her to get around. She had made several signs in the main hallway asking people … Continue reading
I recently donated a crib, pack and play, and some other baby items to a local charity called Care Net Pregnancy Center in Nashua, NH. They provide education, medical care, and materials free of charge to women, as well as … Continue reading
My husband and I have invited people to share our home that were either struggling with money or needed a change in their environment. Over the past few years, we took in five people. Some were family and others were people … Continue reading
A classmate of mine became unwell and could not make it to class. I offered to take detailed notes and show her what we did, in the class that she missed. She was kept up to speed and could return … Continue reading
I moved to New England two years ago and accepted a position at a spa. I drove down Amherst Street every day to get to work. In the Fall I noticed a young man walking down the street pretty much every day. … Continue reading
Early one morning I received a strange text from an unknown number. The text read “Had a bad fall, please send healing”. I questioned the texter of their identity only to be confused; thinking that it had been a family member/close … Continue reading