30-Day challenge: Do a good deed every day!

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September 4, 2013 at 19:05 #9271
 Kaspar

Hi there!
Yesterday, on my way home from the first lecture I thought long and hard with what I could challenge me for 30 days, but unfortnately there was no flash of inspiration.

Until suddenly this morning when I ate breakfast, I remembered something my parents said in my childhood: “Everyone should live by the motto: Do a good deed every day!”. And that is exactly what I’m going to try. A good deed every day. Something small, something big, funny, but always something that is good for the society, the environment, my friends, the future, or even myself.

I strongly believe that, in order to change the global issues, one has to begin to “solve” small problems in the daily life. This solving and helping makes the world a better place in the end.

I would like to do a photo-blog about my good deed a day, if that’s ok?

Kaspar

September 5, 2013 at 08:41 #9284
 Heleen and Ben

Great stuff Kaspar!

This could get really interesting, especially if one good deed leads to another, and I’m looking forward to getting an update on how things are going and what deeds you’ve done and which ones you enjoyed doing, would do again and ones that you didn’t enjoy but would still do again as you saw the benefit.

Heleen & Ben

September 13, 2013 at 09:38 #9570
 Kaspar

To follow my 30-day challenge :

http://kasual-k.tumblr.com/

September 16, 2013 at 14:36 #9627
 Heleen and Ben

Kasper, well done on the regular posting on your blog, however, the good deeds that you write about seem to be events that happen in your every day life, often related to yourself. It would be good if you expanded these deeds to include the environment and parts of society that you don’t know (yet) as you suggested in your first post.

Keep posting!

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