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When people are kind, they don’t want anything in return. It is simply an expression of their gratitude for being alive. Yet, what we put out has an uncanny way of returning back to us. Kindness comes back to replenish us, restore us, rejuvenate us — in ways we might never imagine. Not only that, kindness has no expiration date. I’d like to believe that no act of kindness ever goes unaccounted, and sooner or later, like a boomerang, always finds its way back to the giver. This week’s stories share the sacred reciprocity of kindness. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: When people are kind, they don’t want anything in return. It is simply an expression of their gratitude for being alive. Yet, what we put out has an uncanny way of returning back to us. Kindness comes back to replenish us, restore us, rejuvenate us — in ways we might never imagine. Not only that, kindness has no expiration date. I’d like to believe that no act of kindness ever goes unaccounted, and sooner or later, like a boomerang, always finds its way back to the giver. This week’s stories share the sacred reciprocity of kindness. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
Kindness towards her students comes back to the teacher from a cashier at the dollar store; which then ricochets back to the cashier from the teacher’s community. Here’s a story of kindness ripples.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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When money was tight, she recalls counting her pennies and putting back a frozen meal at the grocery store that she really wanted. Except that only hours later she opened her door to find a package.
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A Viewer’s Story
Hugs A kindness act returns to a woman years later in this short, Pay it Forward segment that recently launched.
In Giving, We Receive
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One mom witnessed a precious exchange between her young sons. Noah, a 6-year-old, calms his little brother with a deep breathing exercise in this viral video clip. A beautiful reminder that children are always learning, and sharing what they’ve learned with others.
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