Human Kindness

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The following morning after writing my post about Random Acts of Kindness, serendipity once again struck. I logged onto Facebook and the first thing on my wall was a video (the first one below.)

This short movie was a beautiful example of human kindness.

I smiled, cried and I was inspired.

Thereupon, I decided to share inspiring videos of human kindness.

Planting Seeds

Every day, whether on TV, in print, or on the internet, the media thrives on reporting evil and spreading division, meanwhile people all over the globe perform random acts of kindness.

These individuals are neither looking for recognition nor for applause. They merely wish to be kind.

Just as there is a seed of evil in all human hearts, there is also a seed of kindness.

Which one will we water?

Warning: have a Kleenex (or many.) I cried through every one of these videos. What can I say?  I am a softy.

Thank a Cop

Heritage High School in Brentwood, California, wanted to show a little love for their awesome campus police officer. Here’s a look at how they honored him with this DUDE be nice Project.

Human Kindness

Not for fame nor glory….just because.

Thank a Coach

Davis HS in Davis, California, wanted to do something nice for one of the most inspiring staff members on their campus, so this is what they pulled off.

Note: The DUDE be nice Project is a platform to get young people stoked for doing nice things for awesome people.

Human Kindness

Thank a Janitor

Our friends from Los Primeros School in Camarillo, California, have a lot of love for a custodian at their school and they wanted to make sure he knew it.


Treat People as People

People are people wherever you go,

Good Samaritan

True Love

Angel Amyotte reached out to with a simple wish; she wanted us to give her husband Mike just one good day. We thought we’d do her one better.


Cindy Davis shares the same birthday week as her favorite teacher. This year Davis’s only birthday wish was to track her down and say thank you.

A Calling

Two years ago, Eugene Yoon made the craziest decision of his life. With no degree or plan, he decided he wanted to help a paralyzed man walk again.

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