One million acts of kindness in a lifetime.
That’s Bob Votruba’s mission.
He wants to encourage others to commit
one million acts of kindness
in their lifetimes and
he's gone on the road to
promote his powerful message.
The Cleveland native and
his Boston terrier, Bogart, are
spreading the word of kindness
as they travel in a converted school bus,
their home on the road.
Because Bob believes in
the transformative power of kindness
to make the world a better place.
Read more about Bob and Bogart here: http://www.onemillionactsofkindness.com/
I admire Bob's passion. I love this idea.
Bob is quick to point out that if you hear something
often enough, you start to believe it.
Think about it.
How many times do we hear something negative about
ourselves--and we're quick to believe it?
Wouldn't it be nice to hear something nice instead?
We can be the change we want to see in the world.
Do you think it's possible to commit
one million acts of kindness in a lifetime?
Where are you going to start?