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Have you ever spent time searching for just the right present to give someone? And once you land on that perfect gift, your heart fills up with so much joy at the thought of giving it to them. You genuinely start to understand how it is in giving that we receive. The only thing sweeter could be if you had a co-conspirator in your search. Perhaps that’s why we love throwing a good surprise party. This week’s stories highlight strangers that love a good conspiracy of kindness. –Guri

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Editor’s Note: Have you ever spent time searching for just the right present to give someone? And once you land on that perfect gift, your heart fills up with so much joy at the thought of giving it to them. You genuinely start to understand how it is in giving that we receive. The only thing sweeter could be if you had a co-conspirator in your search. Perhaps that’s why we love throwing a good surprise party. This week’s stories highlight strangers that love a good conspiracy of kindness. –Guri
Kindness Rocks
Kindness In the News
Karen DeBonis has a particular process she uses when doing random acts of kindness. And thus far, no one has ever refused her offer. In this HuffPost article, she shares the lessons she has learned.
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Kindness is Contagious.
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Mindy’s dad was in home-hospice care during the holidays, confined to a bed facing the neighbor’s pine tree. Upon learning this, the neighbors decorated their tree so he could enjoy the lights.
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Inspiring Video of the Week
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Michigan neighbors build memories at ice rink
Hugs Last February, Scott Chittle felt the community needed a safe place to gather. He took it upon himself to build a skating rink for the kids in his neighborhood. Watch his uplifting story on CBS news.
In Giving, We Receive
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On a flight from Seoul to DC, Kristin Pedemonti sat next to an 89-year-old woman who did not speak her language. Throughout the flight, she learned that when there is no language, you can still speak kindness. Here’s their beautiful exchange.
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