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An act of kindness, beauty, joy, or art can sometimes be the most revolutionary act of rebellion against the status quo. The root word “kin” from kindness challenges us to see others as our own kin. A simple act can have the power to build trust, keep someone’s faith, or build a deeper connection. On World Kindness Day this Friday, let’s try to reach out to someone who may need our help. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: An act of kindness, beauty, joy, or art can sometimes be the most revolutionary act of rebellion against the status quo. The root word “kin” from kindness challenges us to see others as our own kin. A simple act can have the power to build trust, keep someone’s faith, or build a deeper connection. On World Kindness Day this Friday, let’s try to reach out to someone who may need our help. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
The economic fallout from the pandemic is making it harder for many to put food on the table. For World Kindness Day, Patch and Feeding America come together for millions of Americans facing hunger.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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It’s never easy to lose someone, and the pandemic makes it more challenging to receive enough support. This kind friend finds ways to provide comfort to a neighbor going through a grieving process.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Nurse donates her kidney to a baby boy
Hugs Taylor Pikkarainen, a nurse from Minnesota, saw a plea from a family. Their small son, Bodie Hall, was in need of a kidney transplant. Here’s her incredibly heart-warming story.
In Giving, We Receive
In other news …
The focus of this year’s World Kindness Day will be on the front-line workers, and rightly so given how much they are risking for others. Here are some things that anyone can do to help appreciate the unsung heroes: READ ARTICLE.
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