Calculated Acts of Kindness 2016

February 10th

Here we are, again — the first day of Lent and therefore the first day of Calculated Acts of Kindness (CAOK.) The idea behind the campaign is simple: during the next 46 days, complete random kind acts. They can be simple (dragging your neighbor’s trash can back up off the curb) or more complicated (donating time and supplies to a local shelter.) One year, Finny picked up left-behind/lazy-owner dog poops on walks with her dog.

If you decide to participate, please tag your posts on social media with #caok16. It will be fun to highlight your creative ways of making the world a bit kinder. Join the Flickr group here. 

To be clear: this is not a secretive method of evangelizing. You do not need to be of a specific faith to participate. Instead, it is a time of the year when I find spiritual peace by intentionally spreading kindness (and encourage others to participate.)

For ideas, check out a few of the previous year’s photo sets or posts here:

Thoreau

CAOK 2014

#3 CAOK Birthday treats

 

CAOK #5

Hannah

I will continue to post ideas during Lent. Thank you for participating!

~K

 

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2 Responses

  1. Love!

  2. How did Lent “sneak” up on me this year? I definitely plan to come up with a few COAKs during this season. Thanks for challenging us with this! 🙂

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