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Time and again, we run across stories of children and youth showing wisdom beyond their years. Most of them have an innate ability to express compassion and love. As much as we like to think that we are teaching them, more often than not, I find myself learning from their unsullied hearts when it comes to what is essential. Although their lives are no less complex than our own, their ability to remember kindness received or creatively express their own empathy at such a young age is inspiring. It gives me hope in the coming generations. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Time and again, we run across stories of children and youth showing wisdom beyond their years. Most of them have an innate ability to express compassion and love. As much as we like to think that we are teaching them, more often than not, I find myself learning from their unsullied hearts when it comes to what is essential. Although their lives are no less complex than our own, their ability to remember kindness received or creatively express their own empathy at such a young age is inspiring. It gives me hope in the coming generations. –Guri
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Kindness In the News
He had a tough time in school and often went hungry at home. An adult from Derry recounts the impact that acts of kindness had on his life as a young boy. Here’s his heart-warming story.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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Students, parents and the community come together for Teacher Appreciation week. Through their small and large gestures, they show their love and affection for Mr. L.
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Delivering Acts of Kindness Instead of a Prank
Hugs Across the U.S., high school seniors traditionally do a prank at the end of the year. At Brockton High School, the students decided to do the opposite and did acts of kindness for nearby schools.
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Forest Hills High School students in Michigan use their artistic talents to create a mural for an Elementary School. The overarching theme of the interactive mural is kindness, which is central to the school. Check out their finished work here in the full article.
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