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A Buddhist friend once told me that of all the various ways you can practice giving, giving someone courage is considered to be the most significant. To lend a shoulder to lean on, encourage someone, or offer a kind word — can all serve as beacons of hope during stormy weather. The people featured in this week’s stories are exemplary role models for their genuine gifts of courage. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: A Buddhist friend once told me that of all the various ways you can practice giving, giving someone courage is considered to be the most significant. To lend a shoulder to lean on, encourage someone, or offer a kind word — can all serve as beacons of hope during stormy weather. The people featured in this week’s stories are exemplary role models for their genuine gifts of courage. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
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Robert Johnson, a former Marine cheers nurses every morning after their overnight shift caring for Covid-19 patients. The unofficial leader of the “cheer squad” is grateful for the frontline workers.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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John and Mia encountered a stranger on their path one evening. His inability to walk in a straight line concerned them. In this touching piece, Mia shares the story of how they “walk each other home.”
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The courage and kindness of superheroes | Annabelle Williams | TEDx
Hugs Annabelle Williams, a Paralympic gold medallist and a lawyer shares compelling stories about why the way we treat each other defines our lives and transforms others’ lives.
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In “A Psychiatrist’s Tips for Calming Your Pandemic Stress,” Dr. Gordon talks about mental health challenges we face during the pandemic and what we can do to cope.
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