Remembering Kindness 41 Years Later

Unexpected kindness is the most powerful, least costly, and most underrated agent of human change. Kindness that catches us by surprise brings out the best in our natures. — Bob Kerrey

~~~~ Inspiration of the Day: “I was a widow and an expectant mother in the same day. We had bought a new home and I had filled our two bedroom apartment with nursery items in anticipation of moving in. Now the house would be taken away. I knew I would have to go back to my parents’ home, at least until I delivered the baby. And the shock of my husband’s sudden death had made losing the baby a very real possibility. I moved back into my old bedroom. My twin bed, a crib and a dresser was all that could fit in the 8 x 10 foot bedroom. The rest of our furniture had to go into storage. I was able to pay for three months worth of storage and then I would have to sell all the new furniture we had bought.” A touching real-world story called ‘Remembering Kindness 41 Years Later.’ http://premiere.whatcounts.com/t?ctl=169B908:C3009629A010612C01F83F11C5118EBEB4B847859706E37D&

~~~~ Be The Change: Unleash your own ‘underrated’ wave of change — do an unexpected act of kindness today.

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