Repercussions of Random Acts of Kindness

By Yvonne Lang

Josie stood on the cold platform, shivering among the other miserable commuters. The train was late – again. She hated work but that was just part of life her mother said. Josie hated life too. She could hear the train approaching as she wandered down the platform. A baby dropped its toy and a man on his phone paused to pick it up for the mother. Josie stepped back. That was twelve acts of kindness in a row witnessed this morning. Maybe tomorrow people wouldn’t restore her faith; but for today she wouldn’t step out and would give life a chance.

“I write as I love reading and it makes ideas buzz around my brain.” – the writer

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