I started a project in 2015 as a result of all of the gun violence I’ve seen in schools. 2014 was a particularly challenging year. 100 Hours of Kindness involves doing good for people, plain and simple. I don’t even really know what I expected, but I knew I had to do something. I’d hoped that I could show people how making a difference in someone’s life could be something that we’d all want… that the recipients of good deeds would be so happy that people would want to reach out to other people and we could all make a difference in each others’ lives. What I found, however, is that I was changed. The things I offered people may or not have changed them, but they certainly changed me… in ways I never expected.
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