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Just as we all sit in the shade of good deeds or “trees” planted by those who came before us, we are responsible for sowing good seeds for future generations to come. As the stories below illustrate, these seeds of generosity and altruism are present from infancy and are spread far and wide by ordinary people just trying to help the person right in front of them each day. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: Just as we all sit in the shade of good deeds or “trees” planted by those who came before us, we are responsible for sowing good seeds for future generations to come. As the stories below illustrate, these seeds of generosity and altruism are present from infancy and are spread far and wide by ordinary people just trying to help the person right in front of them each day. – Ameeta
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A 75-year-old woman who fostered more than 600 children over 50 years in Iowa was honored for her immense heart and impact. She did all this while running a daycare and working nights.
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A KindSpringer asks her husband to help a woman get her heating furnace running after reading about her predicament in below freezing weather.
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A new study show that altruism begins in infancy – infants will give food away to a stranger even if they are hungry.
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