I took part on World Kindness Day on November 13th where I mentioned a moment of wonder that helped me down the path I’m on today.
I want to go into that a little more right now.
When i was living in London I’d spend weekends at soup kitchens serving food and drinks to those who need it the most. From children to grandparents, everyone needed a little help. This allowed me to see life through others eyes as well as help those in my community. It made me appreciative for what I had growing up and what I have moving forward.
Helping others is easy. It’s simple. We, as a community and society don’t do it enough.
Now, as a 24 year old, I want to do the same thing in Los Angeles. Here’s what I’m going to do for my “Pay It Forward” project.
I plan to organize a group in my community to volunteer at a soup kitchen leading up to the holidays. Thanks to HP, I've been able to use the Spectre to create a virtual poster to post on my social accounts to encourage you all to get out and help the homeless and those in need as well.
Providing happiness, comfort and joy to someone in need should be something we all do.
Hope you all have an amazing holiday season,