The high school I went to had a strict anti-bullying policy. So naturally kids were bullied all the time. I do really think that you can't force someone to be kind. You can only change the culture around them and make it a place where kindness thrives. I realize that changing a culture is a monumental and near impossible task. One that most people would rather not undertake. Still, there are people who do it and try to make their schools a better place.
People like, well, these, people.
1. What a way to go out.
2. Plus, now you do know Iron Man is looking out for you.
3. This is how life long friendships are born.
4. It's a Christmas miracle!
5. How could you not tear up?
6. Those were the days.
7. I'll take them all, please.
8. I wonder what my handshake would be.
9. You are praised.
10. What a nice parting gift.
11. This melts my frozen heart.
12. The hero we all need.
13. I feel like this is the most inspiring thing a teacher could say.
14. The holidays are for everyone.
15. I hope these were left up all school year.
16. A wonderful idea!
17. Nothing's changed.
18. It's not great motivation but still very nice.
19. Uh, thanks.
20. I mean, this one wins, right?
Any school would've been a lot, lot better if there were more kids like these running through the halls. Well, not running because, you know, that's not allowed and all, but maybe a light, excited saunter. Something to intone that they are happy walking around and getting ready to get into some random acts of kindness.
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