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This week’s newsletter focuses on our four-legged friends who provide so much unconditional love. They meet us at the door like we were the most amazing person to walk the earth. They make us feel okay about ourselves and the world. During the pandemic, they have been the steady anchors, ready to play, go on walks, and love unconditionally. Their joy is infectious. And it’s hard to repay their kindness. If you have a story of how an animal has helped you or someone else in your life, we’d love to hear it at kindspring.org. –Guri

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“Everything I know, I learned from dogs.” –Nora Roberts
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Editor’s Note: This week’s newsletter focuses on our four-legged friends who provide so much unconditional love. They meet us at the door like we were the most amazing person to walk the earth. They make us feel okay about ourselves and the world. During the pandemic, they have been the steady anchors, ready to play, go on walks, and love unconditionally. Their joy is infectious. And it’s hard to repay their kindness. If you have a story of how an animal has helped you or someone else in your life, we’d love to hear it at kindspring.org. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
Heroic therapy dog saves a young woman reportedly about to take her own life on a bridge. Along with the firefighters, Digby played a big part in helping deescalate this traumatic situation.
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Kindness is Contagious.
From Our Members
On walks, this gentle dachshund likes to approach each person he passes as a potential friend. He pays particularly close attention to older adults sitting alone on benches and shares his love.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Prancer the viral dog finally gets adopted
Hugs Prancer’s foster mother posted an honest and hilarious ad about the chihuahua that went viral. Here’s the heartening story of his journey home to unconditional love.
In Giving, We Receive
In other news …
Speaking of therapy, Greater Good Science Center explores: Does Venting Your Feelings Actually Help? According to the article, “While letting your negative emotions out may feel good in the moment, science suggests it might make matters worse in the long run.” Read more.
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