Peace Posters 2018 Kindness Matters
Peace Posters 2018 Kindness Matters flickr photo by Dogtrax shared under a Creative Commons (BY-SA) license

During a recent Daily Create (#TDC4200), ChatGPT was asked to generate 4200 Acts of Kindness. The chatbot said it would, but it didn’t. However, it did provide 50 Acts Of Kindness. Use one of its suggestions for some kind of art today — a poem, a picture, a photo, a story, a response. And maybe do one of these today and make the world a better place.

  1. Hold the door open for someone.
  2. Offer a sincere compliment.
  3. Help someone carry their groceries.
  4. Volunteer at a local charity.
  5. Donate clothes to a shelter.
  6. Offer to babysit for free.
  7. Send a handwritten thank-you note.
  8. Pay for someone’s meal.
  9. Plant a tree.
  10. Offer to walk someone’s dog.
  11. Donate blood.
  12. Help someone with their homework.
  13. Send flowers to a friend.
  14. Offer to mow a neighbor’s lawn.
  15. Listen attentively to someone who needs to talk.
  16. Buy a meal for a homeless person.
  17. Donate books to a library.
  18. Volunteer at an animal shelter.
  19. Share your umbrella with someone in the rain.
  20. Write a positive online review for a local business.
  21. Offer to tutor a student in need.
  22. Donate toys to a children’s hospital.
  23. Bring treats to your coworkers.
  24. Help someone change a flat tire.
  25. Offer to pick up groceries for an elderly neighbor.
  26. Donate blankets to a homeless shelter.
  27. Share your expertise by teaching a free class.
  28. Offer to help a friend move.
  29. Send a care package to a soldier overseas.
  30. Volunteer at a community garden.
  31. Give up your seat on public transportation.
  32. Pay for someone’s bus fare.
  33. Offer to mentor a young person.
  34. Donate art supplies to a school.
  35. Help someone with their resume.
  36. Offer to house-sit for a friend.
  37. Leave encouraging notes in public places.
  38. Donate hygiene products to a shelter.
  39. Offer to teach an elderly person how to use technology.
  40. Assist someone in carrying heavy bags.
  41. Organize a fundraiser for a worthy cause.
  42. Offer to do grocery shopping for a sick friend.
  43. Donate old electronics to a recycling center.
  44. Volunteer at a local hospital.
  45. Leave a generous tip for a hardworking server.
  46. Offer to do chores for a busy parent.
  47. Help someone find employment.
  48. Donate school supplies to underprivileged students.
  49. Offer a homeless person a warm meal.
  50. Volunteer at a food bank.

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