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Thoreau said that “the hero is commonly the simplest and obscurest of men”. We often feel we don’t have much to offer, especially when life has thrown many challenges our way. But, as in the story below, a simple janitor in a school in India who had only small thrown-away pencils to give materially, was able to give infinitely with the heart to show us the true meaning of love and heroism. -Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: Thoreau said that “the hero is commonly the simplest and obscurest of men”. We often feel we don’t have much to offer, especially when life has thrown many challenges our way. But, as in the story below, a simple janitor in a school in India who had only small thrown-away pencils to give materially, was able to give infinitely with the heart to show us the true meaning of love and heroism. -Ameeta
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Kindness In the News
A golfer earns a spot in the Arnold Palmer Invitational after missing a putt due to a distraction caused by an audience member. His kindness after losing turned out to be a winning putt.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A KindSpringer stopped to help a man change a flat tire on the side of the road. Afterwards, he reflected on why he doesn’t stop more often to help and connect with someone.
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Taking Action
Hugs When a 5-year-old from California heard that some parents were behind on lunch payments, she decided to take action and raised enough to pay off her entire district’s lunch debt.
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Read this incredibly humbling lesson from a simple sweeper woman – it matters not what you give, but the amount of love you put into that giving.
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