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Child Doing good, feeling good about it, and avoid spending time and money in the process? Random acts of kindness are the logical answer. Being nice is cheap, makes you feel good quickly, has no ill effects, and you can do it anytime you like!

Last Tuesday I was flying on a very small and noisy airplane to Tunisia: the young pilot seemed utterly unprepared to deliver us safely to our destination. I was feeling pretty gloomy, but all was not lost. A gracious hostess handled the situation with professionalism and a smile. Her presence seemed to make the plane bigger, the pilot calmer, and the weather sunnier. I simply told her what a difference she had made to my journey, and I wrote a clear account of the ways in which she had proven her professionalism in a feedback form. On my way out from the airplane I saw her beaming with joy: she briefly thanked me saying that my feedback might help her getting the promotion she had long awaited.

Random Acts of Kindness week starts on the 13th of February: if you want a few suggestions on how to feel good quickly and for free, check out www.ActsOfKindness.org

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what a delicious story! you say well: being nice's so easy and it's a way to make ourself happier. unfortunately, we're often dipped in our worse state... so predictable, so human

what a delicious story! you say well: being nice's so easy and it's a way to make ourself happier. unfortunately, we're often dipped in our worse state... so predictable, so human

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