Bake cookies for your postman/post woman

Another wonderful idea of the closet. One of the fond memories I have of my childhood is my mother providing breakfast to my rickshaw puller every morning. He literally became like a family member and would always take care extra care of me, tying my shoelaces when they were undone and delivering leave applications to my school teacher when I couldn’t make it to school due to illness. Often it is small gestures like these that count. Even an iota of kindness always puts smiles on faces. #happiness #care #love


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