Sometimes people just don’t do anything spontaneously nice because they don’t have any idea, or they might afraid of directly interacting with strangers. So I decided to create a platform for them to be able to touch a stranger’s heart without needing to run any risk and they could even have some fun with.
I set my booth with some signs and a box. Chris Choi and Burcum Turkmen helped me. For people to participated, they should write a small note to a stranger, fold and leave it in the box. Then they could pick up another random note that a stranger has just left to them.
I wasn’t supposed to read none of the notes, because I wanted to make everybody feel comfortable, but they all looked very satisfied with their notes.
I found this a great way not only to challenge people to be more proactive towards kindness (many of them were in doubt about what could they write) and to bright a bit their days. They were all very satisfied with the notes their strangers had left for them.