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A brilliant psychiatrist that I once worked with would often say, “a simple mind is a happy mind.” I think back to this piece of advice when life seems too complicated, and the world’s problems seem too large. Instead of adding to the disarray, it seems like a good time to find the ground beneath my own feet and do the things I can do; To offer solace to a stranger, a neighbor, and myself. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: A brilliant psychiatrist that I once worked with would often say, “a simple mind is a happy mind.” I think back to this piece of advice when life seems too complicated, and the world’s problems seem too large. Instead of adding to the disarray, it seems like a good time to find the ground beneath my own feet and do the things I can do; To offer solace to a stranger, a neighbor, and myself. –Guri
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Kindness In the News
Lane Unhjem, a farmer, went into cardiac arrest after one of his harvests was ruined in a fire. Neighbors and farmers banded together to offer their help and support in this heart-warming story.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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Fran was driving alone on a canyon drive after visiting her sick mother. At a dangerous curve, she had a flat tire. Her day could’ve ended very differently if it wasn’t for the kindness of a stranger.
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The Selfish Benefits of Kindness
Hugs This fun video takes a look at the impact of giving on the giver. It sheds light on the “selfish benefits” of kindness, even when the giver is only just thinking about it.
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Australia has just released its “Donation Dollar,” designed to encourage charitable giving. The coin can be spent like any other money, but it’s designed to be given away. Here’s MORE on how it works and why it could raise $300 million for charity every year.
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