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Imagine if we re-designed our educational and governance systems to foster kindness habits rather than habits that foster material “success” through competition and individualism? As highlighted, New Zealand and a school in Ireland are attempting just that. Let’s redefine what a successful life looks like and then set up our various social systems to amplify kindness and empathy. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: Imagine if we re-designed our educational and governance systems to foster kindness habits rather than habits that foster material “success” through competition and individualism? As highlighted, New Zealand and a school in Ireland are attempting just that. Let’s redefine what a successful life looks like and then set up our various social systems to amplify kindness and empathy. – Ameeta
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Kindness In the News
A primary school in Ireland has replaced all homework for the entire month of December with acts of kindness – “be the reason somebody smiles today.”
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A KindSpringer helps a local woman who writes and collects Christmas cards with messages of love and encouragement to distribute to people at local shelters during the holidays.
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Hugs A non-verbal teen with autism speaks for the first time after visiting a neighbor’s incredible Christmas light display at a home in Florida.
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New Zealand’s politicians are focusing more on kindness in order to make their communities and world better.
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