There Must Be Something in the Water

November 17th, 2010

IMG00970-20101117-1328Everyone at University of North Carolina, Wilmington was so unbelievably friendly it is as if they are all cut from the same cloth. I pulled The Kindness Bus in front of the Fisher Student Center and set up shop with Bogart. The steady stream of students were off the charts excited about The Kindness Bus Tour. Corbin and Taylor were two of the first students who were floored by the travels of The Kindness Bus. We talked about the goal of One Million Acts Of Kindness and how it parallels what they did as Eagle Scouts. Kindness is a life-long core value. Jenna and Lauren are two students who stopped by to give their well wishes to my mission. This campus is filled with great kids; someone is doing their job correctly.
 Moments before firing up The Kindness Bus a student named Carly caught my attention as she was in awe of seeing an answer to what she had been thinking. She wants to change the world in a big way by getting involved in a grassroots movement. One Million Acts Of Kindness is in her sights. So many great kids on this campus.
 Earlier today I was invited by Shieka, a local resident, to visit The Community Boys and Girls Club where she works. I went there at day’s end and met the director, I will be staying in Wilmington an extra day for some work needing to be done at the club.

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