Kindness on the Streets in NYC (Hutch this one's for you...)
Life Vest Inside’s viral short film, Kindness Boomerang was inspired by small acts of kindness from my own life, moments that left a lasting impression on me. One of my absolute favorite scenes in the film, was based on a true story that took place when leaving Madison Square Gardens. I bumped into a man named Hutch. It wasn’t the fact that he was homeless that stopped me in my tracks, but that fact that I could see he was desperately searching for someone to connect to, someone that would see him. As in the film, I purchased a hotdog from the stand and bottle of water, approached him and engaged in a few moments of meaningful conversation before handing him some food. He left a lasting impression and so I headed out onto the streets in NYC gifting care packages to the homeless in Hutch’s merit.
The day was about connecting with people who are down on their luck and providing them with a bit of hope and a touch of kindness. Each received a copy of my new book, a reminder that we all have something we can give and that who we are isn’t determined by where we live.
It’s amazing to look back and think how Kindness Boomerang, the film, reached the hearts of hundreds of millions! Now Kindness Boomerang, the book, will give millions tangible ways to take that inspiration and turn it into action! For each day of the year an Act, quote and a short reflection showing us that it’s the simple things that really matter.
And remember, kindness isn't about changing your whole world around, it's simply about shifting your perspective and seizing the moments that make life meaningful!
This Lesson-a-Day book is both a must have and a must give! Get your copy or gift one forward!
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