50000 goods for Kindness & Compassion for All

I feel good when other people feel good. And one way I aim to inspire is simply through smiling. This little light of mine. I’m gonna let it shine. I’m challenging everyone to hand out more high-fives and generous, genuine smiles, sharing the light that each of us have inside. When we smile, we increase our life energy, our frequency of light, and literally brighten people’s day. Especially our own. Our smiles are our wings. They lift us up and give us an advantage over our fears, failures and forgetfulnesses. And – the smile is energetically connected to the heart. When we smile, we lift the lid on our heart, keeping it open for The Divine to give Her blessing, heal, and inspire us. Sound magical? It is! I believe this small, courteous, and courageous act can and will transform our world.

There are 3 comments.

  1. Goddess of Merriment says:

    I decided to say Smile and say hi to everyone in Los Angeles… a few people have almost jumped out of their skin with shock, but then smiled back with a meager UMM HI… I think it is going to catch on tho. I know I am having fun bringing a little eye contact to the big city… yikes!! :D hello fellow humans.

  2. MrazIsLove says:

    This is so true and I have been acting that way for a long time now, I think giving a smile to a stranger is amazing the feeling you get when that person smiles back at you it’s a beautiful energy sensation that goes through your body. It is healing and people tend to forget about it. Jason I think that website idea is amazing, or at least this challenge and I will do my best to do as much goods as I can. For now it’s my cat who needs goods haha asking for cuddles <3 love you Naima

  3. GratefulForMraz says:

    I screamed when I saw a man slip and fall in front of a tram. The driver heard me and managed to stop, saving the man’s life.

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Supporting Goods

took an after noon to participate in a brain storming meeting with some super bright creative talented people all coming up with ideas to create an event that will inform and inspire a group of kids who are 18 and “aging out” of the foster care system. Most of these kids are handed a bag and a toothbrush and sent on their way to ‘figure it out’ after being tossled around from family to family and from school to school… tough enough to to navigate the adult world with a good foundation and loving parents. I was inspired by such super brain power and the plethora of ideas that came into existence.

My husband and I met a young waitress tonight – she is so inspiring. When we asked how she was she said, ‘Great! I got As on my first two mid-terms in college.’ She dropped out of school in 9th grade – had a baby at 16. Her daughter is a great high school student. Now Mom is going back to school to be a nurse. We offered to pay for her books, parking etc for her next semester because her tuition is already covered. We’re still smiling – inspired by this woman who always believed she could work hard but doubted her academic skills. Now she is choosing to move past her doubts and prove herself to herself…and her daughter.