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A few transitions in our lives are apparent, like graduations, starting a new career, or a relationship, whereas — most are not. Every event, every occurrence, every challenge is a natural transition. We are summoned to be present, take stock of our lives, and consciously move forward with full integrity. We must decide, not merely what we are leaving behind, but what we are inviting in. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: A few transitions in our lives are apparent, like graduations, starting a new career, or a relationship, whereas — most are not. Every event, every occurrence, every challenge is a natural transition. We are summoned to be present, take stock of our lives, and consciously move forward with full integrity. We must decide, not merely what we are leaving behind, but what we are inviting in. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
Her father, a migrant laborer, became injured, had no money, or transport available to get back to his village. Jyoti Kumari, a 15-year-old, stepped in and biked her dad home — 700 miles away!
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Kindness is Contagious.
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A teacher helps a Syrian refugee student overcome challenges in a new country. From learning a new language to sharing tips on getting an internship, this teacher helps navigate this big transition.
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Some Good News
Hugs John Krasinski highlights some good news around the world and sends the class of 2020 off with advice from Oprah Winfrey, Steven Spielberg, Malala Yousafzai, and Jon Stewart.
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This Thursday, join us for “Finding Ground In a Groundless Time.” An interview with one of the foremost public intellectuals on civil rights, John A. Powell, and a systems luminary and author of nine books, Margaret Wheatley. INFO.
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