It all adds up

I have been thinking for a while about what I should write about Karrihour, and then I was told by a very admirable man that “The little things add up and make huge differences for the betterment of our world. The movement is Karrihour, but the intent is good things done for others- without a time limit.”

I hold doors open for people, say thank you more often and I am genuinely more considerate of friends and strangers around me. Those kinds of things I don’t really even need to think about doing anymore, I just do them.

For instance today, a student in one of my hardest classes sent out a mass e-mail stating that he didn’t have proper notes from previous classes and that he would really appreciate if someone could send him better notes for the 30% midterm tomorrow. Without hesitation I sent him all the notes I had because I know what it feels like being in a situation like that. I didn’t ask myself questions about if he had actually skipped all the classes, or if he made up any excuse to get he notes, I just gave them to him. All it was, was a quick click of a button and it was done, it literally took about 10 seconds out of my day but it probably made his day a lot nicer. He replied back saying that if I ever needed a favour from him he would be happy to help. I told him that all he needed to do was look up Karrihour for me 🙂

Rachel Sadura

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