Hannah Brencher, who started The World Needs More Love Letters, demonstrates how a simple act of kindness can turn life around for the giver and receiver.
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A Simple Way to Foster Kindness in Kids
According to a new study, we can encourage kids to be generous by reminding them of their past kindnesses.
Three Strategies for Bringing More Kindness To Your Life
Research-based tips on how to increase your happiness through giving back to others.
What if Schools Taught Kindness?
This is what's possible when kids learn to be kind at school.
A Daughter Too Kind for Her Own Good
Balancing the value of being kind and sticking up for yourself.
Bethel Park Police Officers’ Act of Kindness Goes Viral
After a man suffered a heart attack while shoveling snow in Bethel Park, a few police officers helped with a random act of kindness.
Elation: The Amazing Effect of Witnessing Acts of Kindness
Why we have peak experiences when we see people being kind to each other.
Acts of Kindness, Key to Happiness in Children and Teens
Four simple steps to increase children's happiness through giving back.
Harvard Values Kindness
A new Harvard reports says colleges should rethink the admissions process so it focuses more on a student's kindness and character.
The SMILE Project
When Claire Lemmel saw that people in her San Francisco neighborhood weren't connecting as they walked by each other on the streets, she decided to put kindness in action ... and her smile on a giant poster! Her kindness and smile are now inspiring hundreds of people on her daily walks.