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Kindness begets kindness. According to the study below, people carry out 5 good deeds/month. People on the receiving end of kindness are not only more willing to return the kindness but 88% say they then pay the kindness forward to a stranger. Reflect on what is the kindest thing someone has done for you and how you might pay it forward? – Ameeta

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“Three things in human life are important. The first is to be kind. The second is to be kind. And the third is to be kind.” – Henry James
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Editor’s Note: Kindness begets kindness. According to the study below, people carry out 5 good deeds/month. People on the receiving end of kindness are not only more willing to return the kindness but 88% say they then pay the kindness forward to a stranger. Reflect on what is the kindest thing someone has done for you and how you might pay it forward? – Ameeta
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Kindness In the News
A 5-year-old boy’s entire kindergarten class showed up to the courtroom to support him at his adoption hearing. As his adoption was finalized, they all waved hearts on sticks.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A KindSpringer, gifted with abundance and a golden heart, shares the love during this holiday season by buying gifts for children in her local community, who otherwise would have a meager Christmas.
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Johnny the Bagger
Hugs This grocery bagger, who happens to have Down syndrome, completely transforms a grocery store in this must-watch video.
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A new survey reveals that the average American carries out 5 good deeds/month – and they want to perform more.
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