East Valley, Washington senior Konner Suave came up a creative way to honor his classmates anonymously over the course of his last year in high school school. Konnor posted more than 650 pictures of his peers from the Instagram account “@thebenevolentone3” along with thoughtfully-constructed and individually-specific compliments about each person. Some of the posts focus on a student’s positivity, while others highlighted leadership potential or tenacious personality. All were bright, uplifting, and encouraging. It wasn’t until his graduation speech did he reveal to the school that he had been the mastermind behind the random acts of kindness. "I knew I wanted to do something different, something to lift people up, but didn't want to make a huge thing about it," he told TODAY.com.