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Humans are wired for and survive IN community. Globalization is widening our sense of “community” as boundaries become more permeable and less fixed. More fluid communities may be frightening to some, but they also offer the promise of constant renewal if we tend to the community’s bonds. Kindness serves as a bond and glue that reminds us of our unity (and commUNITY). – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: Humans are wired for and survive IN community. Globalization is widening our sense of “community” as boundaries become more permeable and less fixed. More fluid communities may be frightening to some, but they also offer the promise of constant renewal if we tend to the community’s bonds. Kindness serves as a bond and glue that reminds us of our unity (and commUNITY). – Ameeta
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
A world-renowned researcher from Kuwait is searching to say “Thank you” to one man whose generous act 30 years ago in Washington D.C. made his remarkable life in the U.S. possible.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A Canadian KindSpringer, who happens to be Jewish, welcomed and assisted a Syrian Muslim refugee family new to their community. They have now “expanded their group” to form a more enriched community.
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A Stranger’s Touch
Hugs A paralyzed man shares how the simple touch of a stranger, an ICU nurse while he was hospitalized in a different country, forever changed the trajectory of his life.
In Giving, We Receive
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Human social groups are marked by remarkably elaborate cooperation, empathy, altruism and nonviolent resolution of conflicts.
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