Kindness in the World: Random Acts in Nicaragua

Well, I’ve been a bit remiss in achieving my goal of daily blogging lately! I’ve been detailing a lot of things about Random Acts and how their mission has affected me, in support of a fundraiser I’m running on CrowdRise. There are just a few days left to contribute, so I figured I could squeeze in a couple more posts on the subject.

Much of the content from my recent posts is an expansion on the Pecha Kucha talk I gave a few weeks ago, but today I wanted to do something different. The old adage about a picture being worth a thousand words holds true, particularly in this recent post from Misha Collins’ Facebook page. In it, he shares beautiful in-progress photos of the Free High School in San Juan del Sur. It’s a tangible, concrete example of what Random Acts supporters are achieving in the world. It’s just beautiful.

There are lots of ways you can contribute to Random Acts’ mission to conquer the world one random act of kindness at a time. If you’re looking for something quick and easy, I invite you to contribute to my CrowdRise campaign! It’s running for just a couple more days.

Thank you so much!

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I have been fascinated by the unusual all my life. One of my very first written works was a school assignment exploring the validity of ESP and paranormal phenomena. Though I was very young at the time, I immediately found myself fascinated by performers like Yuri Gellar and David Copperfield, and these days I'm absolutely blown away by people like Derren Brown. Even today, I want to believe that abilities exist which have no valid scientific explanation. I have been reading Stephen King novels for as long as I can remember, and I'm a sucker for tv shows like "The X Files" and "LOST". One of these days, I'll tell all the stories that have been floating around in my head while I've been busy trying to live life.