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Valentine’s Day can be bittersweet for many people. This week we were pleasantly surprised to see so many stories in the news celebrating love in all its forms. From a student who anonymously made origami hearts for everyone at their school, to a young boy in Texas who decided to gift single roses. Their big-hearts pave the way for us to keep love at the center, no matter what. –Guri

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“Love is our true destiny. We do not find the meaning of life by ourselves alone — we find it with another.” –Thomas Merton
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Editor’s Note: Valentine’s Day can be bittersweet for many people. This week we were pleasantly surprised to see so many stories in the news celebrating love in all its forms. From a student who anonymously made origami hearts for everyone at their school, to a young boy in Texas who decided to gift single roses. Their big-hearts pave the way for us to keep love at the center, no matter what. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
An anonymous student surprises the entire school with over 1,500 handmade valentines, that s/he started working on back in September. Other schools were also inspired to do their own acts of kindness!
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
A student visits her former guidance counselor and high school teacher who provided support. Sometimes it’s these small thoughtful acts that allow us to honor our most significant relationships.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Spreading Love
Hugs A new music video by a young female artist in India, Shivani Ray, featuring a dear friend of KindSpring, Nimo Patel. The heart-warming video is aptly titled, “Spreading Love”.
In Giving, We Receive
In other news …
A Texas teen who didn’t want anyone to “feel less special” bought 170 flowers, with the help of his mom to give as Valentine’s day gift to every girl at his school. Read the full article.
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