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My Random Acts of Kindness Reached China!


Guess what? In China, a third grade class from Canadian International School of Beijing (C.I.S.B) has read my blog! I am very elated I was able to inspire them in a positive way for they have read my random acts of kindness and wanting to do it themselves.

I used to go to C.I.S.B so I know how wonderful that school is. The class has been learning about blogging so the teacher, Mrs. McCallum, together with her class interviewed me on Skype. I was asked such intelligent questions. So I’m sure they will be able to have a very nice blog of their own.

They were able to go around the school spreading random acts of kindness. Some of the kind things they’ve done are putting some goodies in teachers’ mailboxes and making sure they use kind words to each other. To read more about what this third grade class is doing, click the link towards the end of my post.

Can you imagine if we can spread kindness all over the world?



Some photos during the Skype interviewImage


Here’s the link to the school’s website where you’ll find more information.

G3 McCallum’s class with “12 Days of Kindness”




Random Act of Kindness #12

Every Sunday I go to church. At the church, there is an area where you can light a candle,   make a wish or say your prayer, but you have to make an offering to do that. I know that other people love to light candles but not have any money. So, as a random act of kindness, I left a bag that contained $1 and a note. It said “Light a candle and say your prayer. Please enjoy this random act of kindness.”




I started my random act of kindness on 12/12/12. Today is my 12th random act of kindness, it is the day before Christmas Eve. I hope, somehow, I was able to inspire some of you to do some random acts of kindness. May the spirit of Christmas be with you all throughout the year.


Random Act of Kindness #10

Today is a day full of giving and sharing. This morning, my friend and I were on our way to school. Suddenly, she realized she forgot to bring $2 for the Christmas party. The money is for her to eat pizza. So, I gave her $2. I felt really good doing that.

I also brought cookies and goodie bags for all my classmates and presents for my teachers.

My teacher gave everyone in class nice presents.

My brothers have done something really nice too. When they were driving home from school, they saw a teacher at their school sitting at a bus stop. He is a Special Ed teacher and he also inspects every student’s backpack as they enter the school to make sure the students don’t have a weapon or anything dangerous. Anyway, my brothers got out of the car, ran to the bus stop and gave that teacher a Starbucks’ gift card. The teacher doesn’t even know them but he said thank you and he said he appreciates it.

I have two weeks off of school and it starts now! I’m sad that I won’t be able to see my friends for two weeks but I know it’s going to be a fun Christmas.

Look at what my teacher gave to me.


Random Act of Kindness #7

I would like to share with you my point of view on the Connecticut shooting that happened on Friday when 20 kids and 6 adults died at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

I honestly think that it was truly sad. I’m sure the parents of those who have died are heartbroken so I hope they feel better soon.

For my random act of kindness #7, I would like to say a prayer for those who have died on Friday.

Dear God,

Please bless the souls of the little kids Charlotte Bacon, Daniel Barden, Olivia Engel, Josephine Gay, Ana Marquez-Greene, Dylan Hockley, Madeleine F. Hsu, Catherine Hubbard, Chase Kowalski, Jesse Lewis, James Mattioli, Grace McDonnell, Emilie Parker, Jack Pinto, Noah Pozner, Caroline Previdi, Jessica Rekos, Avielle Richman, Benjamin Wheeler, and Allison Wyatt. Also bless the adults who sacrificed their lives for the kids. Rachel Marie D’Avino, Dawn Hochsprung, Anne Marie Murphy, Lauren Rousseau, Mary Sherlach, and Vicki Leigh Soto.

I also pray for their parents, heal their broken heart.

Please keep the world away from danger and keep all children safe.