Tomorrow is Random Acts of Kindness day here in my hometown. A local community group printed up 60,000 kindness cards for the day and the idea is that each card is to be passed on when a random kind act is done in hopes that the person who receives it will do something equally kind and then pass the card on again.
Now, where I live is pretty nice and I honestly do see people here practicing kind acts most days. I often see people smiling at each other, opening doors and giving to charities.
But you know what? 60,000 cards is a lot of cards.
Which got me wondering. How many people actually live in my town?
The answer I found (thank goodness for web sites) is 165,000.
So, that means roughly every second or third person I know is going to get a card.
Which means that if we all get kind and pass these 60,000 cards around it could potentially be a very busy day in my town tomorrow.
I mean I can see everyone running around passing out the cards and just trying to get rid of one before someone is kind and hands them another.
It could be a kindness passing card frenzy!
My town might just get kindness crazy.
As for me?
I'll be hiding at home.
I'm not up to this kinda pressure.