I’ve been on Twitter for almost 6 years now. One of the things I like the most about it is interacting with the wide variety of people I’ve met there: asexuals, artisans, atheists, authors, altruists, anabaptists, academics, acrobats, agnostics, and activists.
And that’s just the first letter of the alphabet. 😉
Yesterday J.D. decided to give his followers a homework assignment. Through the magic of the Internet you can see what he told us to do without clicking away from this post.
Do me a favor and yourself one, give someone a genuine compliment today and a smile right now, seriously go do it!
— J.D. (@iownjd) September 3, 2014
I prefer to keep my random acts of kindness anonymous, so I won’t give away specifics of how I participated in this challenge. I love being spurred on to do more of them by likeminded friends, though, and wanted to pass it along to my readers.
If you’re comfortable talking about what you’ve done, I’d be interested in hearing about it. If you’re not comfortable with that, no worries. It still counts every bit as much as it does for people who are less private.