While the internet and social media can be a catalyst for bullying, negativity, and hatred, it’s also important to remember that there are millions of people trying to promote love and kindness.

The awful things that happen in this world may go viral much more quickly than acts of kindness, but that doesn’t mean that there aren’t thousands of kind acts being immortalized each day on social media throughout the world!

So, today, to make your day a little bit brighter, here are 20 acts of kindness to make you smile: The Twitter edition.

1. THIS LITTLE BOY WHO JUST WANTS TO HELP

 

2. THIS PERSON WHO WANTS PEOPLE TO KNOW THEY ARE LOVED

 

3. THIS ENCOURAGING NOTE LEFT IN THE BATHROOM

 

4. THIS KIND STRANGER WHO WANTS EVERYONE TO STAY WARM

 

5. THIS ACT OF KINDNESS INSPIRED BY AN OVERHEARD CONVERSATION

 

6. THIS GRATEFUL FAN & HIS AWESOME PLATING SKILLS

 

7. THIS KITTY WHO WAS RESCUED FROM AN ATTACK

 

8. THIS STUDENT WHO IS HELPING ENSURE NO STUDENT GOES HUNGRY

 

9. THESE STUDENTS WHO JUST WANT TO SPREAD POSITIVITY

 

10. THIS AMAZING PERSON WHO KNOWS HOW QUICKLY THESE THINGS GET LOST

 

11. THIS FLOWER COMPANY THAT HAS THEIR PRIORITIES STRAIGHT

 

12. THIS ORGANIZATION THAT KNOWS HOW MUCH A HANDWRITTEN THANK YOU MATTERS

 

13. THIS CHIVALROUS MAN WHO’S KIND EVEN ON THE JOB

 

14. THIS COUPLE WHO WOULD RATHER MAKE THE WORLD A BETTER PLACE THAN GET PRESENTS

 

15. THIS PERSON WHO IS DETERMINED TO WIN NEIGHBOR NEIGHBOR OF THE YEAR

 

16. THIS YMCA EMPLOYEE WHO GENUINELY LIKES TO HELP OTHERS

 

17. THIS THOUGHTFUL PERSON WHO’S MADE A LASTING IMPACT

 

18. THIS APPRECIATIVE STRANGER WHO RECOGNIZES GREAT PARENTING

 

19. THIS CHILDHOOD FRIEND WHO KNOWS WHEN TO CHECK IN

 

 
20. THIS EXTRAORDINARY KID WHO WANTS THEIR CLASSMATES TO FEEL SPECIAL

 

What will your act of kindness be this week? How will you make a difference in someone’s life? Let us know in the comments!

 

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Jasmine Barta
Editorial & Social Media Producer
Journalist, storyteller, and kindness advocate. I graduated from the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication and have a passion for writing and social media. I believe that every single person has a story worth telling, and that small acts of kindness can make an extraordinary difference.