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Sometimes the smallest of kind acts done with genuine love and affection can help uplift a heavy heart. As we go about our busy lives, we’re not always tuned into the pain of others. This week’s stories come from some of the unlikeliest heroes and remind us that when the world’s burdens feel too much, just pay attention to what is in front of us, and let our hearts guide our actions. -Guri

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“Love and kindness are never wasted. They always make a difference. They bless the one who receives them, and they bless you, the giver.” -Barbara D.
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Editor’s Note: Sometimes the smallest of kind acts done with genuine love and affection can help uplift a heavy heart. As we go about our busy lives, we’re not always tuned into the pain of others. This week’s stories come from some of the unlikeliest heroes and remind us that when the world’s burdens feel too much, just pay attention to what is in front of us, and let our hearts guide our actions. -Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
An 8-year-old Thomas saw a video of a little girl with cancer, who had lost her hair to chemotherapy. He felt deeply sad and spent two years growing his hair so he can donate it to make wigs for kids.
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
Known under the alias drjoybug, this KindSpring member found herself waking up to four inches of snow last week. She was pleasantly surprised at how the events of the day unfolded.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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A Timely Hug
Hugs 2-year-old hugs pizza delivery driver not knowing he just lost his daughter. The doorbell camera caught the hug that meant the world to Ryan Catterson. Here’s their sweet story.
In Giving, We Receive
In other news …
Can kindness slow down aging? New research shows that kindness doesn’t just make you healthier but it can actually help slow down aging and help prolong your life. Here’s the full article from Inc.com
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