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Those who value kindness try to practice it in their own special way according to their capacity, personality, and skills. I’m often inspired by those who can spontaneously go up to a stranger and do a random act of kindness to try to make their day a little brighter. I am part of the camp where I feel more comfortable doing it anonymously if I can help it or as the need naturally arises. This weeks’ stories highlight those stepping up to do a random act of kindness, which is as unique as they are. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Those who value kindness try to practice it in their own special way according to their capacity, personality, and skills. I’m often inspired by those who can spontaneously go up to a stranger and do a random act of kindness to try to make their day a little brighter. I am part of the camp where I feel more comfortable doing it anonymously if I can help it or as the need naturally arises. This weeks’ stories highlight those stepping up to do a random act of kindness, which is as unique as they are. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
More than 825 baby diamondback terrapin turtles were rescued by local volunteers from New Jersey storm drains. They will be cared for at a University for a year before being released into the wild.
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
This KindSpring member went on a random-acts-of-kindness spree; Leaving bus tickets for travelers, putting coins in laundry machines, and paying for a friend’s train tickets.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Indian railway worker risks life to save child
Hugs Security cameras show the moment Mayur Shelke sprang into action when a six-year-old boy fell onto the railroad tracks in India. Risking his own life, he saved the child’s life.
In Giving, We Receive
In other news …
The Greater Good Magazine shares a new study that further proves that doing kind things for others is an essential part of the path to happiness. The full article: If You Want to Be Happy Try to Make Someone Else Happy.
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