Lisa and Lilah Sadikman of Oakland, Calif., traditionally honor the U.S. holiday, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, with an act of service. This year, because of the coronavirus pandemic and having to practice social distancing, it was more challenging. The two of them came up with the idea of making kindness bags filled with lemons from their own tree, wildflower seeds and handwritten notes. "It's been hard, and so we wanted to spread some sunshine and light," Lilah told ABC News. "What we want to do is honor Dr. King's vision of love, compassion, freedom and equality." she said.

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