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Why I love Misha Collins
Random Acts of Kindness
How he is with children
His role as Castiel
How he acts with Jared and Jensen
The weird crap he puts on his head
The way he makes people hold him in pictures
The face he makes when he laughs
The fact he can do this
The way he takes off his clothes
The faces he makes
Just a few…
But basically what I am saying is he is perfect
Get Random Acts on the Ellen Show!
I was watching Ellen Show youtube videos non stop last night and I was thinking (it happens, I did not hurt myself).
Ellen keeps saying “be kind to one another” at the end of her show and I was like “well, I know a bunch of people that are” and now I have this plan on getting Random Acts on the Ellen Show, because they clearly deserve it and Ellen would simply love them!
Clearly I will not be able to manage that alone.
So if you have the time, maybe you can go and fill out this form on Ellens page reccommending The Random Act of Kindness to her and her team and maybe we can get Random Acts on that show!
Work your wonders, you kind, crazy people!
So if you’ve been following me awhile, who here remembers me mentioning forming a group called Conscious Coalition which would act like Random Acts of Kindness but in a more structured way and also help serve as a platform for up and coming visionary artists, writers, video makers, designers, poets, etc.?
Well, I’m completely re-doing the roster for it and will be beginning projects this week.
If you’re familiar with pay it forward, random acts of kindness, or things of that nature… I want to take it there, but to the next level.. organize global events, have groups across the world who work together to make life more pleasant for others even for just a day..
it is a coalition of aware individuals who know that we are co-creators in this world…that we can indeed help one another and utilize our individual skills and traits.. to help incite curiosity, educate, inform, assist, bring awareness to, and to just share positive energy in unique ways…
Groceries and a Future Cop
The call came over the radio, car accident, the vehicle had such an impact it went through the guard rail and careened down the hill, right into someone’s garage. Fire/ambulance running code three. This was long before the days of cell phones.
The veteran police officer raced to Maple Road, where he pulled up on the grim scene. The drive was being taken away on a stretcher. He consulted his partner.
“Dad had a seizure at the wheel. Mom and kids are okay, just shaken up.” The car was totaled. The officer walked up to the back of the ambulance where the mother and two sons, age ten and eight, were being treated.
He gave her a smile. “Feeling okay, ma’am?”
“Yes, sir. I’m worried about my husband. I’m just thankful my kids are okay. But we just went grocery shopping and it’s all ruined. But we are okay, that’s all that matters.”
The officer had an idea. He walked over to the car popped the trunk and saw the groceries. One by one, he pulled the bags out of the car and loaded them into his own. When he was all finished, he offered a ride to the mother and children, which they graciously accepted.
When they arrived at their home, the officer got out of his patrol car and opened up the door for each person. But he did not stop there. He began to take the groceries out of his car, bring them into the house, and put them in what appeared to be their proper place.
The woman and two boys stared in awe. When the officer finished putting the groceries away, he turned to them and said, “Your husband is okay. They just said it over dispatch.” He shook their hands and wished them a good day.
Now, this officer may have thought this act of kindness was long forgotten. But what he did not know was that many years later, the ten year old boy, inspired by this officer’s act of service, became a police officer himself, hoping to return the favor.
Author’s Note: Two years ago today, I was in a horrible car accident. I was in the hospital when the police officer came to take my statement. I asked him if he had ever been in a car accident, and he replied with this story. You never know what the littlest thing will spark.
Random Acts for Misha: Day 5
Saw a car broken down on the road with its hazards on. I stopped, it was a young girl and her dad. We tried jump starting their car but it didn’t work, so I called them a tow truck, offered to pay for the tow but he wouldn’t have it. So I gave them the food I just bought and a blanket in case it took the tow truck a little while to get there.
I talked with them for a few minutes after I called, turns out he was a Veteran like me. Recently returned back home. And was having a bit of trouble lately, mostly with assimilating to civilian life. He had yet to buy a new (state side & civilian) cell phone so he was so thankful I stopped. When he asked why I stopped when so many other cars had passed them by, I told them because an angel sent me. I said his name was Misha Collins and that he inspires me to spread kindness and love every day. I told them who he was as a person, about his charity and the work they’re doing in Haiti. They were so touched by him and what he’s trying to do. The little girl said he sounded like a hero, just like her dad was. I told her he was my hero. They both agreed he was their hero too.
I cried tears of joy all the way home.
Misha, you touch so many lives and you inspire so many of us to be better people. I can only hope to inspire you in return and show you that you are more than worthy of the appreciation and love that you receive. No one of us is perfect but what matters is where the heart is. And yours is clearly in the right place. Thank you, Misha, for just being you.
Ready to commit a random act of kindness?
Because I have an idea. You know how Iraq and other countries write signs that say their hearts and prayers are with us, and that they mourn for our loses when a great tragedy occurs in America, right? I think we should do the same. Hear me out. If you take away our different skin colors, our different religions, our different nationalities and beliefs, it comes down to one universal fact: we are all part of the human race. We should all have empathy and sympathy and compassion for each other, and if citizens of Iraq and other parts of the world mourn and pray for America(one of the most hated countries, apparently), then shouldn’t we do the same? Great tragedies happen everywhere, and we should feel for the tragedies that happen elsewhere, not just the tragedies that happen in our home country. So I propose an idea, a small but kind gesture of sorts. Let us each make a sign showing that we care, that we mourn, or pray, or hope for the best, for other countries, such as Iraq, as one example, and take pictures of those signs(either while holding those signs, or propping the sign against something if you don’t want to be in the picture) to show we care, to show we aren’t just heartless, mindless douchebags who only care about what happens at home. And then gather those pictures and make a mass post(or multiple posts) and share them with the internet, and hopefully they will reach who its intended for. Any takers? you can send the pictures to me, or post them yourselves, under the tag(s): random acts of kindness, and/or kindness movement and if you’d like to tag me as well, feel free to do so. I want to see the signs you’ve made!