Unformatted text preview: random act of kindness to them. In one extreme case, I held the door for someone who was walking far behind me. Opening the door for them seemed to make their day better, from the expressions of pleasure and happiness on their faces. She said thank you and offered a smile in return for my kind act to her. In general, people were more or less taken aback by the fact that someone was being so kind to them by extending random kind acts to them, indicating that this is not the norm here at CSB-SJU, but in return for my kindness I received a lot of positive sanctions from those whom I extended my kindness to....
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This essay was uploaded on 04/17/2008 for the course HIST 140 taught by Professor Curran during the Spring '08 term at CSB-SJU.
- Spring '08