“Random acts of kindness are those little sweet or grand lovely things we do for no reason except that, momentarily, the best of our humanity has sprung, exquisitely, into full bloom… You are doing what the best of your human soul invites you to do… In giving love, you yourself will understand that we are held in the web of life–and delivered to our divine humanity–by the random acts of kindness, the love that we give and receive.”
~  from the foreword of Random Acts of Kindness by Daphne Rose Kingma

Among her suggestions: give an old lady the flowers your bought for yourself or your lunch to a homeless person, or anonymously drop coins in a stranger’s expired/expiring parking meter… You get the idea, and while this little book came out in 1993, its messaging remains timeless.

And now this just in, a present that’s in the offing. Writes Daily Wire‘s Joseph Curl, “Scientists at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research think they have created a new vaccine that is effective against all COVID and SARS variants…The achievement is the result of almost two years of work on the virus…” Stay tuned.

~ Meanwhile, merry everything everyone, with thanks and wishes for a healthy, fulfilling 2022, Carol