In my thoughts, paying it forward means doing a random act of kindness knowing that you are getting nothing in return. Doing a random act of kindness can be giving your place in line for someone in seems in a rush or opening the door for someone who seems to be loaded with bags. Doing a random act of kindness will let people recognize how to do the same thing to other people which will lead to paying it forward.
My pay it forward act of kindness were helping people shovel their yard, donating to The Salvation Army, and putting up flyers around Brooklands School. We chose these activities because it seems helpful and fun at the same time. We helped people to shovel their yard and helped people who are in need with the donation. We shoveled people's yard, donate to The Salvation Army, and put flyers around Brooklands School. We did out act of kindness in December 18th, 19, and the 20th.
It went pretty smooth but it wasn't all fully groups. Everyone did their job and stuff but in different times. I felt good inside, knowing that I did a good cause in this community. They reacted suprise to see people like us helping them clean their yard up. We didn't really ask to pay it forward since we were kind of nervous.
The idea of paying it forward is important because it lets people be nice to another and to do the same thing to other people which will lead to paying it forward. We think it did since it will tell people to helpout one another and be nice to eachother.