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25 Tips to Turn Kindness into Your Superhero Power

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June 22, 2014

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Small Acts of Kindness

space cabbage wrote: “Made and delivered homemade plum jam to the neighbor who told all of us to pick the plums from her tree since they are ripe and falling, and too many for her family.”
space cf wrote: “Gave away 6 liters of homemade elderflower sirup to friends. Who let me take part in their wonderful seminar free of charge.”
space tessa wrote: “A smile at nail salon from another patron, she then said “what a great way to start our day””
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Featured Kindness Stories

Story1 An age old parable on the importance of letting go. The story of two monks and a lady.
Story2 An innovative way to thank the postman! Check out this creative act of kindness.
Story3 25 tips to turn kindness into your superhero power!
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A School In The Cloud

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June 22, 2014

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A School In The Cloud

Man’s mind, once stretched by a new idea, never regains its original dimensions.

– Oliver Wendell Holmes –

A School In The Cloud

Five years ago, Shahrukh Khan, an Indian schoolboy struck up an unlikely friendship with a retired teacher in London — and with her help he is now studying to be a doctor. Even though they live thousands of miles apart and have never met, they can’t imagine life without each other. Khan is just one of many children who’ve benefitted from the work of academic Sugata Mitra. Mitra gave children in a Delhi slum free access to a computer and let them use it however they wished. He called the experiment the “Hole in the Wall.” Now he’s moving onto the next phase of his dream — a project called the “School in the Cloud.” { read more }

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