Survivor says “Giving into the darkness offers no benefit.”, students from Westford Academy are helping the patients keep their hopes high and see the light at the end of their survival journey.
Children in the elementary school named Rita E. Miller school here in Westford, Massachusetts, had done more than 500 acts of kindness, as a challenge given to them. In this challenge, each child was asked to do one or more acts of kindness for their family or people around them.
My friend, Jay Krishnan donated his birthday gifts from his birthday party, to charity! His compassion to help society, brought smiles to everyone.
A very kind person, reunites the bag with the rightful owner! Kindness in people doesn’t know bounds, it can come in any shape and form, this time in this way!
The act of kindness is not time bound, they stay fresh for eternity. While exploring a Facebook group ‘Westford Friends’, I came across this act of kindness and with Erin’s permission having the privilege to share with you all.
This is a community of heroes in the little peaceful town of Westford, MA where even the Officers, Sergeant come out and extend their hands to help keep their residents safe.
What a way to promote gardening in local yards, grow saplings and give them away for free to whoever needs them, kindness doesn’t know any certain ways to shine