Have you heard of the Kindness Rock Project? Its intentions are good: large, smooth rocks are hand-painted with good-hearted messages and left on hiking trails or in parks. The problem? The paints can be toxic, the rocks can disrupt natural environments, and it’s technically leaving graffiti behind on something natural. While tens of thousands of rocks have been painted, it’s always best to leave no trace behind you in nature and to send your kindness messages with a simple photo on your preferred social media platforms.
ANDREWS MCMEEL SYNDICATION