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As we near the end of a life-defining year, it feels natural to take inventory of our own lives. It’s plausible that what seems significant today might not have been on our radars last December. I’m truly inspired by the people featured this week, who find meaning and purpose with reckless abandon wherever they are. I hope these stories also help you find your inner compass. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: As we near the end of a life-defining year, it feels natural to take inventory of our own lives. It’s plausible that what seems significant today might not have been on our radars last December. I’m truly inspired by the people featured this week, who find meaning and purpose with reckless abandon wherever they are. I hope these stories also help you find your inner compass. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
Every year, Margarita Montanez, a grandmother of 12, makes tamales around the holidays. This year, she made over 800 tamales for a group of healthcare workers in California who saved her life.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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To spread cheer, she placed “kindness rocks” of hope around her town. She thought it was an unsuccessful attempt to bring joy, but it turned into much more as she learned about others’ responses.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Former homeless man gets in holiday spirit by dancing
Hugs Against all odds, one man’s spirit shines through. Three times a day, Traylor puts on a Santa hat, grabs a tambourine, and sets off dancing from his apartment in downtown LA.
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In other news …
The age-old question, what gives our life meaning? The Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley features Top 10 Insights from the “Science of a Meaningful Life” in 2020.
The first insight explores how rich and varied experiences may be an overlooked key to a good life.
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