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In a time of physical separation, the world again is unfailingly responding with displays of love & unity. “What The World Needs Now” was written in 1965 during another era of deep polarization; a recent collective virtual performance of it by those physically separated shows that spatial distance does not have to mean emotional distance. Love inevitably rises to fill the spaces between. – Ameeta

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Editor’s Note: In a time of physical separation, the world again is unfailingly responding with displays of love & unity. “What The World Needs Now” was written in 1965 during another era of deep polarization; a recent collective virtual performance of it by those physically separated shows that spatial distance does not have to mean emotional distance. Love inevitably rises to fill the spaces between. – Ameeta
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
The coronavirus story has brought us many inspirational stories, including this one of a Muslim and Jewish paramedic pausing to pray together in Israel.
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
During this time of crisis, as neighbors help neighbors, some feel shy or reluctant to accept gifts of help. This KindSpringer reminds us of learning to receive with grace as well.
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Love, Sweet Love
Hugs These 75 talented Berklee college music students created a virtual orchestra to remind us beautifully how much we all need each other now.
In Giving, We Receive
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Join in on Steve Hartman’s “Kindness 101” week-long online class to entertain and teach kids kindness lessons from “On the road”. Previous classes on YouTube.
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