Danny Wallace’s “Random Acts of Kindness”

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Danny Wallace’s “Random Acts of Kindness” gives you 365 ways to make other people’s lives better. Here are a handful of suggestions from this cult book.

 

On a Sunday morning, pop round to a hungover friend’s house, bringing with you bacon, eggs, beans and toast…

Make them a fry-up and a cup of tea.

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Pay for a Stranger’s Meal!

Last half term, visiting my local cafe for my traditional Friday morning bacon and egg sandwich, I noticed a mum and her little boy at a table by the window. She had toast and he was tucking into a fried breakfast. I thought it would be nice to chip in and pay for their mini feast. The following Friday I learnt that the mum in question had been unceremoniously dumped by her husband, and with ridiculous debts had been rendered homeless prior to finding a one-bed council flat. The visit to the cafe was the only treat she could afford for her little boy in his half-term holiday and when she found someone had paid anonymously, she burst into tears.

It may sound just a little selfish but I felt really good about that one.

(Adrian Thompson, Cheltenham)

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Give a pot plant to a bus driver. It will brighten up their dashboard.

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Buy Random Acts of Kindness, here

About Bernardo Moya

Bernardo is an entrepreneur, writer, publisher, TV producer and seminar promoter to some of the biggest names in Personal Development. He is editor-in-chief of The Best You magazine – a fascinating voice in the Personal Development world.
http://www.bernardo-moya.com

 

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