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Holidays are important times for family traditions but can also be a good spur for new family kindness traditions. Simple activities done as a family, such as helping at local schools or kitchens, can create increased opportunities to connect with both loved ones and our communities. Think of your own traditions. Is there space to reach out in love and kindness to a wider circle of people? – Jane

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Editor’s Note: Holidays are important times for family traditions but can also be a good spur for new family kindness traditions. Simple activities done as a family, such as helping at local schools or kitchens, can create increased opportunities to connect with both loved ones and our communities. Think of your own traditions. Is there space to reach out in love and kindness to a wider circle of people? – Jane
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These sisters and a local mall have their own Black Friday tradition involving random acts of kindness.
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A KindSpringer teacher who asked her students to forgo giving her gifts and instead do random acts of kindness for others was moved by a student’s story of kindness.
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At This Table
Hugs Idina Menzel reminds us in song that during this holiday season everyone is welcome at this table to “come as you are…and that the perfect gift is your heart.”
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