Spice up your day with random act of kindness and feel the glow as you add joy to the world.
You have experienced the delight of been pleasantly surprised; so how about being creative and anonymously surprising others.
You will not only delight your friends and colleagues, but will enrich your own creative experience.
In a way this is a form of spiritual creativity – it’s about finding meaningful ways to satisfy the natural human inclination to service.
Nelson Mandela said:” There is no passion to be found playing small – in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.”
So how to get started with practicing random acts of kindness?
The key is to act without the need for recognition – the joy is in the act itself. Leave a flower on a colleague’s desk, warm your partner’s slippers on a chilly morning, hold the lift doors for the late comer, surprise the receptionist with a cup of tea.