Signs Of Kindness
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Author: The Editors of the Conari Press
Publisher: Mango Media
Release Date: 2007-06-15
An all-new volume of inspirational true stories, thoughtful quotations, and ways to practice kindness and generosity every day. When Random Acts of Kindness was first published in 1993, it inspired a movement that culminated with Congress declaring a National Random Acts of Kindness Week. The Editors at Conari Press were flooded with heartwarming stories about acts of kindness from people all over the country. This book is packed with stories from people who have observed or engaged in random acts of kindness, and their stories serve as motivation for more of us to go out and be a force for good. Kindness inspires kindness—this is the magic fueling the movement. Not only is this book full of amazing true stories of everyday kindnesses, it also shares thoughtful quotes to provide some extra inspiration for the journey. Open up this sequel to Random Acts of Kindness and learn more about: How people from every imaginable background have witnessed and practiced kindnessThe difference that one act of kindness can makeWays to go out and be a source of generosity and love
Author: Anne Herbert
Publisher: NYU Press
Release Date: 2017-08-21
This modern allegory inspires taking joyful steps to end hatred and violence. In the playful style of twelfth-century Japanese picture scrolls, Mayumi Oda's art depicts humans as animals who lose their way when their leaders become confused and drawn to violence. It is up to each individual—the frog who plants a garden, the cat who supports an elderly neighbor—to create a better world through simple acts of kindness. This timeless parable for readers of all ages expands upon the idea that we can all become agents of goodness and beauty. Winner of the 2016 Independent Publishers Gold Medal.
Author: Random Acts of Kindness
Publisher: Conari Press
Release Date: 2007-02-01
Kindness is a revolution whose time has come and, while most people sincerely want to be more caring, Practice Random Acts of Kindness brings it all home with simple suggestions of how to be kinder and why. From the wake of Hurricane Katrina to the tragedy of the tsunami to troops in Iraq performing acts of daily compassion, we see many glimpses of what a more benevolent world might look like. In Practice Random Acts of Kindness, the editors who flamed the spark of kindness tell us exactly how we can create this future and effect REAL change through kindness. The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation is a nonprofit organization supporting tens of thousands of people committed to spreading kindness throughout the world. Formed in 1995, it currently organizes National Random Acts of Kindness Week and a year-round "Kindness in the Schools" project. It has been recognized by President Clinton and media outlets such as Oprah, The Leeza Gibbons Show, and ABC News.