Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week
The City of Angels Camp was Proclaimed an official Kindness Zone on February 17, 1995. Angels Camp is joining hundreds of other cities, counties, schools around the country in a national campaign to promote random acts of kindness and senseless acts of beauty.
What is a "RANDOM ACT OF KINDNESS?"
"Random acts of kindness are those sweet or lovely things we do for no reason except that, momentarily, the best of our humanity has sprung into full bloom. When you spontaneously give a stranger the bouquet of red carnations you had meant to take home to your own dinner table, when you give your lunch to the guitar-playing homeless person who makes music at the corner between your two subway stops, when you anonymously put coins in someone else's parking meter because you see the red "EXPIRED" medallion signaling to the meter maid -you are doing not what life requires of you, but what the best of your human soul invites you to do." (Daphne Rose Kingma, from the book Random Acts of Kindness, by Dawna Markova, Conari Press)
HOW RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS WEEK CAME ABOUT
SOME SUGGESTIONS FROM THE CITY OF ANGELS
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