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Injured Stereotypes Redefined

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Worcester, MA
United States
Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
One day I was in the grocery store. One item I was purchasing was Oreo Cookies for my son. The elderly man in back of me commented on how good they looked. He hadn't had one in years. I paid for my items and handed the Cookies to the cashier and asked him to place them in the man's bag. I hope that they tasted as good as he remembered.
Why are you participating?: 

There is way too much negative in the world. We are quick to see the negative and evil. Take a minute and do a kind deed for another. Even if the kindness is nothing more than a smile.


Tell Us Your Good Deed: 
I am a security officer in a large office. When the fire alarm sounded I carried a co workers dog outside. Ham is a rescued dog who my excellent friend Pat adopted. She is horrified by people because she was previously abused. Pat had stepped out of the office briefly before the alarm sounded. I took a last look around the office before leaving myself and found another co worker struggling to lead Ham off her bed by a leash. I leaned over and reassured Ham that all would be ok and picked her up into my arms. She seemed glad to be hugged, but peed on me anyway. The alarm was very loud and there were a lot of people, neither made Ham happy. I carried her down two flights of stairs and out into the street. We then moved away to a park, far from the crowds and sound of the alarm. We had some alone time and bonded while awaiting her reunion with Pat. The alarm turned out to be false and Ham is gradually regaining trust of humans.
Why are you participating?: 

To take a look at my happy self and discover what I can and can't change in order to increase happiness even further. Help others see that they can
choose which things they SEE, HEAR and SAY in a way that increases happiness.

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