Stories of Kindness from Around the World

Top 10 Kindness Stories of 2012 - Story #1 - My Sneaky Mirror Of Kindness


--by Mosey343, posted Dec 31, 2012

High school is always full of girls who have little self-confidence and lots of negative thoughts relating to self-image. so, one lunch break, I did something to help!

With the help of some friends I made a giant love heart on the girl's bathroom mirror!It was made out of love heart shaped sticky notes with kind messages on each of them. The school was buzzing with chatter about the "Love Heart Mirror" and who might have made it. It had made a big impact in my school even the principle took notice. That night my Facebook news-feed was flooded with pictures of girls inside my heart of kindness! 
 
I felt so good and proud of what I had done even if no-one knew it was me. See, that's the added bonus about completing random acts of kindness - you feel fantastic!

 

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all69anna wrote: I love this idea! I want to do post-it inspirations on changing room mirrors in clothes shops - another place where all women need affirmations to combat all the negative judgement on their bodies.


thaata wrote: The joy we find in doing random act of kindness has no parallel. Only to be experienced. A smile we bring in another life is indeed a treasure.
Annette wrote: This is a great antidote to bullying.
cabbage wrote: You totally rock! I am sure you are making a huge difference to all those girls. Big hugs to you for your big heart :-)
touching wrote: This was a really good story and it talked about a guy really helping the girls' negetivity to come out.
Lakhwinder wrote: What amazing ptiruces! Everyone looks so good! I love the rustic outdoorsy feel of the setting. All the homey items that were used, the quilt, the books, pillows, etc. Just make you want to curl up and be cozy and look forward to the warmth of christmas.
heartwarmer wrote: Great idea! Young girls are fed so many ideas about how they should look and dress. They need to know they are beautiful just the way they are and you spread that message!
dericsson wrote: I love that idea, now i want to do that!
jsmc10 wrote: Wow! What an impact! Thank you for being there for girls when they may need that pick me up!
the cat eater wrote: I love cat

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