Random Act of Kindness – The Question

Scatter Kindness

A Question About Random Acts of Kindness

All Acts of Kindness are written in the participants own words and the only purpose of this challenge was to scatter kindness.


“Should you talk about your random acts of kindness or should you keep them to yourself?”

This question came up recently between myself and my two daughters. 

One daughter believes that it feels like bragging to talk about your Rak’s.  That you are not doing them to get recognition but doing them out of kindness.

The other believes it is important to spread the word because it will make the world a better place.  Scattering kind thoughts is so much better than scattering negative thoughts, or no thoughts for that matter.

What are your thoughts?

Have a Flan-tastic Day and Scatter some Kindness,

Donna Flanagin

Random me:  I will give you my thoughts in the next blog post.



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  1. Hi Donna, I mention random acts of kindness if a conversation would benefit from it or if it’s related to an previously established conversation. Talking about RAK can truly improve a day.

    All the best to you and yours.

    • Your comments sincerely enjoyed and appreciated.

  2. Do invisibly.
    Share only to plant a seed or if it will multiply.

    • As always, enjoy your views. Thank you for reading and taking the time to engage.

  3. Are you doing the RAK for the attention or to help someone? Do it anonymously and let the recipient tell about it. Hope they will pay it forward.

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