On The Season Of Good Deeds, Gift A Little Warmth And Kindness To Those In Need

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December 27th, 2017

What is the best thing about the month of December? What is the first thing that crosses our minds as we enter the winter season?

Christmas! The festival of joy and giving.

Since we were children, we have all loved Christmas – the cozy weather, the city lights, the warm food and drinks, the decorated Xmas tree, but most of all, the gifts. We’d eagerly wait to unpack what Santa left for us secretly in the dead of the night. We would leave our socks hanging on windows for him to put chocolates in.

The festival of Christmas brings together family and friends. Everyone would visit each other’s homes and spread the warmth of the celebration by exchanging gifts.



But for many, the festival isn’t as bright and joyful.

While we drink eggnog at home and enjoy lavish home-cooked meals underneath warm roofs, there are several others who sleep in the cold of the streets. For them, Christmas is like any other chilly winter day.  



On the Season of Good deeds, Magicbricks began an innovative campaign to help the homeless. 

The flex used by them for outdoor campaigns, which is generally discarded on completion of campaigns, was used by the company to recycle and turn into sleeping bags. Each flex was lined up with a blanket inside that made it warm.  


Gift a little warmth and kindness to those in need

The festival of Christmas brings together family and friends, spreading the warmth of the occasion. But for many, this holiday season isn’t as warm and joyful. In this season of Good Deeds, gift a little warmth and kindness to those in need.

Posted by The Logical Indian on Tuesday, December 26, 2017


The waterproof ‘Magicbags’ were then distributed among the homeless in three cities. The ones who slept on cold, hard pavements could now sleep in the warmth of the bags.

Magicbricks did a good deed on Christmas, upholding the essence of the festival. And now, it is encouraging everyone to do the same.



Celebrating December as the Season of Good Deeds, it is asking people to share their stories of Good Deed. You can either select a good deed from Magicbricks good deeds calendar or go beyond their calendar and share your own good deed story. There is so much kindness to be shared in the world. 

The compassion and sympathy you show can bring a smile on someone’s face. There is no greater feeling of satisfaction than uplifting the lives of those around us. You can share your story here, inspiring others to do the same. Your one act of kindness can have a ripple effect on the lives of several others.



The world is filled with generosity and it only takes a minute to realise how one’s comfort can be used to comfort others. On this Season of Good Deeds, become someone’s, Santa Claus.

You can share your story here and let’s celebrate the Season of Good Deeds

 

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