Random Act of Kindness December

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Hey Hey!
I had been thinking about what my next random act of kindness should be, so because it has been getting closer to Christmas I wanted to go with that theme. I researched Oxfam, a charity website that helps the poor in different countries. I ordered a pack of Christmas cards and two boxes of little Worry Dolls from Oxfam. I also purchased a pack of pens. I handmade pink envelopes to keep the Worry Dolls safe. There was a description that came with the Worry Dolls that I slipped into each package. I wrote a big letter to the recipient, explaining the gift. I have typed it up for you to read below. I wrapped everything up in pretty Christmas paper and ribbon. I delivered them by driving all around my hometown and picking out streets in the car drive down. We rolled around the streets and with my heart I chose houses that I thought would appreciate the gifts I created. I love the feeling after delivering my random acts of kindnesses because my heart feels so full! Please keep spreading happiness and joy around the world!!
Have a fantastic day everybody,
FZ out!! πŸ™‚

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MY LETTER:

Hello random stranger!
I am a 10 year old girl who loves spreading kindness around my hometown and the world. Every month I plan a big random act of kindness and try to do plenty of smaller ones everyday. I love to live by this quote: “Be kind whenever possible. It is always possible.”

I have randomly picked you by selecting a mailbox with my heart. I chose your house because I felt a very strong vibe that you may appreciate a good smile today. I do these acts of kindnesses for everyday people hoping that they will pay the happiness forward.

As you can see I have wrapped up a small gift for you. I have purchased most of these items from Oxfam. I have chosen to support this organization as they fight against poverty worldwide. Oxfam gives people the tools they need to build better lives for themselves.

I have packaged up a special little Worry Doll for you to send everything you are stressing about away. Whisper all your troubles to the Worry Doll then dream beautiful dreams. They may be small, but they can hold many, many worries… and they never complain! I handmade the pink envelopes to keep them safe for you. I have also included a card and pen for you to write to someone you care about. May kindness flow through your heart and out your pen. Together we will have spread happiness all around. I have donated to Oxfam; Oxfam has provided the gift for me to give to you; you now have a gift to pass on. The only thing better than an act of kindness… is three! (I am delivering ten packages… that is an incredible amount of kindness when you times it by three!)

Your unknown 10 year old friend out πŸ™‚

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7 thoughts on “Random Act of Kindness December

  1. What an incredible kind person you are. I hadn’t heard of the worry dolls but I will continue to follow you with interest in the year ahead as you continue to inspire me. Have a great and healthy Christmas,

    • Thank you for this such kind comment! If you look up the worry dolls on the internet it will tell you all about them and you may find that they are very useful for letting out all your worries. I am excited that you will be continuing to check out my blog in the year ahead, and I promise I will keep blogging. I hope you enjoyed your Christmas and you have a happy new year!
      FZ πŸ™‚

  2. Wow!
    I love the worry doll idea. I am in awe of your creativity and this random act is pure genius. Santa could use you on his team.

    Wishing you a very Merry Christmas!

    • Hehehe! Thank you for taking the time to write such a lovely comment litebeing. It has put a wide smile on my face reading what you have written. I would have such fun working with Santa if I could! I hope you had a fun Christmas,
      FZ πŸ™‚

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