I wanted to clarify the Random Acts of Kindness Challenge that I have put forth. As to giving away $25 in five dollar bills, the idea was to give money to anyone that you came across that you think would need it. For example, at the grocery store you could pay for your groceries and give the checker a $5.00 bill to help pay for the groceries for the person behind you.
I know of a special need in a family where the teenager doesn't get any spending money because her dad is unemployed. I plan to put $5.00 in an envelope to give her - probably will just put it in their mailbox.
I wasn't necessarily saying that you were to give money to people begging on the street, although that would be fine. In my mind some Random Acts of Kindness are on the impulse - they aren't planned ahead of time. You are simply presented with a need.
I would love to hear what any of you are planning to do, be it giving out money or doing some sort of kindness for someone else. I think this will be fun and uplifting.