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VIDEO: Random Acts of Kindness on Venice Boardwalk

On Sunday a small group of people got together, along Ocean Front Walk, to spread a little love.

“We have signs made and we take them to populated areas and we make differences in people’s lives.” said Jennifer, who was one of those sprinkling happiness.

Jennifer said the hope was anyone reading the sign may be touched by the message, “Whoever reads the sign, it may touch someone’s heart, it may change how they feel that day.”

The Happiness Sprinkling Project  was started by Laura Lavigne, the Director of the Anacortes Center for Happiness in Washington.

The idea being that a set of signs sharing positive messages travel from place to place, Sprinkling Happiness all over the world.

“We just want to spread love and bring happiness to people” said Jennifer.

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