Submitted by Rev. Karen Haughey from Fremont, California

I was the one that payed for the car behind me in toll booth situations in the S.F. Bay Area before Fast Track; letting people ahead of me in grocery store lines that have fewer items to check out than me. Anything, like a simple smile to a stranger passing by. Always, people are either amazed with looks of surprise or suspicion, but continually grateful. I have devoted my life and career to the art of kindness as a non denominational minister, working at a hospital, and cradling people heart to heart. I am so proud of what you are doing and offering for children, our future. God Bless you, so much!!!!

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Yes, I totally agree how important it is to teach our young morals, being kind, being aware of others' misfortune and doing something about it, BUT, I think there needs to be a wake up call for many adults as well. I have started RAC in my local workplaces. You are a beautiful person to do all that you do. I admire you and thank you!!!!! Suzanne from Arlington Heights, Il

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