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A friend’s birthday invitation inspires this week’s stories. He wrote, “We’ve been living through a year like no other in our lifetimes, join me in taking one small step on the journey to redeem ourselves and the world through “senseless love!” What if each of us chose to do at least one act of “senseless love” between now and then?” These acts served as healing stories for the celebration. –Guri

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“Since we’ve destroyed ourselves and the world through senseless hatred, then surely we can restore ourselves and the world through senseless love.” –Rav Kook (1865-1935)
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Editor’s Note: A friend’s birthday invitation inspires this week’s stories. He wrote, “We’ve been living through a year like no other in our lifetimes, join me in taking one small step on the journey to redeem ourselves and the world through “senseless love!” What if each of us chose to do at least one act of “senseless love” between now and then?” These acts served as healing stories for the celebration. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
You truly don’t know where an act of kindness ends. Tara Berliski offered to donate a kidney to her husband, who suffered from kidney disease. Then came along an opportunity to help many others.
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
Her city was brought to a standstill by a snowstorm last weekend. A few days later, the city brought in a crew to clear the pathways, but the drivers needed to shovel out their cars. Here’s her story.
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Together At a Distance
Hugs Due to COVID-19, Dr. Vargas has been isolating himself from his wife and son Xavier. Here’s a short StoryCorps interview with all three of them sharing the experience.
In Giving, We Receive
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“Especially in a pandemic, kindness can bring meaning to our lives, the lives of others, and to the world.” Houston Craft, author and founder of Character Strong, says developing this trait matters, here’s what he’s learned on the road and how you can practice kindness in your family or community. Read Article.
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