FEATURED KINDNESS VIDEO
He’s dying, and he wants to spread as much kindness in the world as he can. Father, husband, friend and founder of Inspire Media, Chris Rosati, was diagnosed with ALS in 2010 and has slowly lost his ability to walk and speak. Still, he is devoting the rest of his life to spreading kindness.
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.
Instead of celebrating "Anti-Bully Week" at St. Matthews School in Cambridge, England, they decided to have a week dedicated to kindness. Children learned the importance of being kind to themselves and others while delving deeper into the Kindness In the Classroom curriculum.
Chris Natske is a Master Tae Kwon Do instructor at the Colorado Alliance of Martial Arts in Parker, Colorado. Every year he coaches hundreds of students through the rigorous process of achieving their Black Belt rank. BUT, Chris is doing something different. Along with a four month process of hard physical work, the students also have to perform 400 random acts of kindness.