Kindness

By: Carissa Deocampo

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Imagine you're walking to your next class, and you accidentally drop your binder onto the floor. Someone kneels down and helps you gather your things, and you compliment them with a simple 'thank you'. If your positions were swapped, would you help them? It's these random acts that create a chain reaction of kindness, one after another, until the favor is eventually returned back to you. You see, this is a rare disease that is highly contagious, especially in school. An act of kindness can cause students and teachers to be kind to you and to many other people around them. So the next time someone asks you for a spare pencil, or the next time you see a person in a pinch, do yourself a favor and give them a hand. Go ahead, kneel down, and help them pick up their binder.