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The slogan started appearing on billboards in the early 1990’s, "Practice Random Acts of Kindness." According to Gavin Whitsett, author of a small handbook entitled, Guerilla Kindness, the movement is a response to the "random acts of violence" that are so much a part of the daily news. The author as well as others who were a part of the movement encouraged others to do little things for people that would make the world a happier place. The suggested such things as: paying the toll for the car behind them at a toll booth, waving to children on school buses, sending flowers to a nursing home, putting nickels in playground sandboxes. The goal was to make you feel good & like you were making a difference. But is the goal of kindness to make us feel good? I don’t think so. (Philip Kenneson, Life on the Vine)

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