a chain reaction

Can anybody guess where I am? That’s right! COMPUTER TECH! I just thought I’d write a quick post about kindness while I sit here in my cubical doing nothing.

I have felt much kindness today and it is only the third period of the day. Starting with the wonderful student that stands outside the seminary building and holds the door for everyone EVERY DAY without fail. You are fantastic. Thank you for taking your time to perform a service that may seem small enough to pass unnoticed, yet is truthfully monumental. Then to the people in my seminary class who didn’t know me, yet made an effort to get to know me and to talk to me and make me feel welcome. I feel your love and send it right back to you. I also want to say thank you to the kids in my seminary class who talk to me outside of class. This realy helps bring us together as friends and helps me know there is someone else out there in this corrupt world that is living the same standards as me and that I can talk to. Then to the friend in my computer tech class who is always quick to pick up my book for me and is always so free with compliments. Your kindness warms my heart and I just love being around you because you always make an effort to put others first. You guys rock!

These wonderful people have inspired me to pass it on and to strive to be a better person. To try say hi, to compliment people without thinking about it, to be kind. I make this challenge to you. Start a chain reaction and see what happens.

I have this theory               
        that if one person
can go out of their way           
          to show compassion,
          then it will start a chain reaction
          of the same.                       
                        People will never know
 how far a little kindness        
                 can go.
                                              –Rachel Scott

Feel my Sunlight

p.s. Is anyone else as excited as I am to have school off tomorrow?! haha sorry juniors…

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