...acts of random kindness. We need to often remind ourselves, from time to time, that there is goodness in the world. Enjoy my friends...
I hope this brings a smile to your face and brightens your day...even if just a "little bit"
You posted a link to a coke commercial?
I'm happy, hope you're happy too...
I wonder how many of those events resulted in lawsuits.
Yes, but I suppose we all take away from it what we want to see.
Is that your random act of kindness?
Supertramp is awesome.
"I highly recommend running if you want to do marathons!" The SL
Indeed...And that particular song is wonderful.
I see a cynical ploy by a major multi-national corporation which sells a product with zero health benefit and which contributes significantly to the obesity epidemic (and thus to increasing the miserable existence of millions of people) to divert attention from their terrible product and the negative health effects it brings by manufacturing "found footage" of "random acts" in order to create a false association in consumers' minds of the "goodness" and "purity" of their product.
Why, what do you see?
Why, what do you see?
People being kind to one another. I don't drink Coca-Cola. My apologies for making your day a little darker. I thought it was a nice message.
Don't worry about Paulski, he's more of a Logical Song kind of guy.
If I have to listen to Supertramp, then yes, let it be this.
That Gatorade "Lightning Bolt" commercial is pretty cool.
I try to be kind to people all the time, but only to people whom I find attractive.
I am an emotional softy for these natural types of captured moments, especially the kids with the surprise of the returning parent from military duty at schools, etc. Another special moment that was made into a commercial was the 8 year old girl singing the national anthem and the mic stopped half way through. The fans come to the rescue and finish it for her (at about 1:29).
Ron's PRs 5K 24:14 (12/07/2013); Half Marathon 1:53:33 (5/26/2013)
I am an emotional softy for these natural types of captured moments, especially the kids with the surprise of the returning parent from military duty at schools, etc.
It's what makes us "human" and it's OK to be moved by these things, yes? Being former military, I like those too.