Acts of Kindness Diary

The very formality of writing down my acts of kindness has had a tremendous effect on myself. I honestly wasn’t expecting any sort of change or the sort excitement that comes with writing down these acts of kindness. This came as an awesome little side bonus. It seems the more Acts of Kindness I write down the more eagerly I look too see what else I can do to help. It excites me to see who or where I can help next. An almost perfect and natural way to live a life.

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I spent a long time as a Buddhist Monk in northern Thailand and during that time I experienced incredible acts of kindness towards myself and the other monks. Seldom did I have the chance to repay the shear amount of good will and kindness towards me, instead I would focus my energy on becoming the best Monk I could possible be, hopefully showing my appreciation. It is through these wonderful Thai people that I learnt truly what Giving and Kindness are about. Kindness must have no attachment of any kind, no wanting something in return. Kindness must be pure of heart, genuine and without a hidden agenda. A true Act of Kindness comes from our hearts and these pure, true acts of kindness are so beautiful and awe inspiring that they have the ability to can change our world one small act at a time. Kindness is powerful

I would love to hear from you

Have you ever kept a kindness diary or journal? And if so How did it make you feel?

Do you regularly do Acts of Kindness? How does that make you feel?

For anyone that hasn’t tried to write an Acts of Kindness diary I would urge you to give it a go and see if it has the same effect on you as it has on me. And for anyone who hasn’t intentionally gone out into the world to preform Acts of Kindness I urge you too get involved, Kindness is infectious and feels awesome to the receiver and the giver.

Kind regards

Our Hand pulled gypsy style micro camper

The mini bike camper or hand pull cart

The little detail that make this 7,000km Kindness Walk just a bit unique is our hand built micro camper we will be pulling the entire distance. Fashioned to look rather like an old gypsy wagon in miniature this will be are home on wheels and enable us to keep our costs down dramatically.

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Hand cart wagon Ideas

The above photo is a collecting of designs and ideas that we will be building our trailer around. My design wants to be eye catching to attract people to strike up conversations, this should drum up support for our sponsored charity Make-A-Wish.

I have played around with a few trailer designs, trying both a push cart and a pull trailer, until finally settling on the idea of the gypsy wagon. I estimate the build to take around two weeks to complete with a painted finish, possible duck egg blue.

We are at the beginning stages of this walk, the perfect opportunity to join us and follow a brand new travel adventure with a feel good factor. we begin next week in the building of our trailer and have a start date of January 1st 2021 to actually start walking (corona depending.)


Kindness Walk

This is a Kindness Walk of some 7,000km from Portugal to Istanbul in Turkey with the promise to do one Act of Kindness every single day.

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The 7,000km route

Kind regards

Andy and Marley