Making other people feel good feels good, and, best of all, it requires little more than a generous heart. Studies show that people feel happier when they do something kind for another person, and both recipients and good deed-doers can get the benefits. It can't be smarter idea to create this World Kindness Day. 36
Learn a friend's language
Picking up a bit of a friend or co-worker's first language and speaking it with them shows them you care and take an interest in their experiences. Making someone feel included and respected will feel a greater sense of belonging, an essential component of happiness.
Reaching out to someone for the first time in a long time can be an instant remedy （治疗） for whatever trouble you. It's as simple as a text, a note or a Face Time call. Let someone know you're thinking of them, even after some time apart. Studies suggest strong bonds can improve physical health, too.
A respectful comment that comes from the heart about someone's unique hair style, excellent performance in a conceit or their great solution to a problem at work might be all it takes to improve someone's mood. 38
Collect trash you see around your neighborhood
Picking up trash and recyclables off the street beautifies your community and benefits the environment. 39 The environment can't clean itself, after all!
Thank the people in your life
They are the security guard outside of your workplace, the supermarket worker you see every day, your mom. 40 Thank people for the things, big and small, that they do that improve your life. Gratitude is priceless.
A. Others' positive words could help some people be a bit kinder to themselves, too.
B. If your friends are overweight, that too ups the odds you'll pack on pounds.
C. Open your heart with some small, free ways to make someone's day.
D. Without their help, your world might not rim as efficiently.
E. It might even inspire others to take up the task with you.
F. Reconnect with a friend or family member.
G. Have an eye contact with friends.