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Much of our life our lives are spent working, and usuallyinclude partnering with others. At every position I’ve been in, the human dynamics have always been interesting to see. I have had the fortune of working in some great teams with a sprinkle of one or two challenging colleagues. I’m amazed by how much one individual can bring to a group. The ones dedicated to the collective goal, always looking at the bright side with humor, are such a joy to work with each day. Given the time we spend working, it’s a precious gift to grow together. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Much of our life our lives are spent working, and usuallyinclude partnering with others. At every position I’ve been in, the human dynamics have always been interesting to see. I have had the fortune of working in some great teams with a sprinkle of one or two challenging colleagues. I’m amazed by how much one individual can bring to a group. The ones dedicated to the collective goal, always looking at the bright side with humor, are such a joy to work with each day. Given the time we spend working, it’s a precious gift to grow together. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
When the heavy rains kept him from roofing work, Bubba Martin stood in front of a Lowe’s Hardware store hoping to find a contracting gig to support his family. That is where he met Vernon Browning.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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We don’t always know what a little compassion could mean to someone. This KindSpring member received a sweet surprise from a former co-worker — over a decade after they worked together.
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The City Planting a Million Trees in Two Years
Hugs Mayor Yvonne Aki-Sawyerr is leading her city’s efforts to plant one million trees in two years, increasing the vegetation cover hugely by 50%. Here’s more on this massive undertaking in Freetown, Sierra Leone.
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Emiliana Simon-Thomas, science director of the Greater Good Science Center, co-teaches a free, eight-week online course that “explores the roots of a happy, meaningful life.” In this article, How Power Corrupts Your Instinct for Compassion, she explains why power threatens our compassion — and what we can do about it.
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