Good News of the Day
Power of One
Stories of Kindness
19 Lessons Learned From a Friend,
Apr 17 -- 1. Give money you can spare to someone who needs it and then pretend you never had it. 2. Let someone tell a ... Full Story
Singing Kindness ,
Apr 12 -- Today, I went downtown to play music with my new singing friend. We sang songs we have not practiced, and though I ... Full Story
Consciousness And Kindness Pay Off,
Apr 14 -- One day I worked a difficult 8 our shift behind the customer service counter at a high-end retailer. I had ... Full Story
Peanut Butter In The Library,
Apr 13 -- I finished my community service requirement last year by working in the school library. All the librarians ... Full Story
"" Forgive, Apr 14
""For mandymoo, send her some love,"
I whisper into the redbud tree,
As I hug.
" mindyjourney, Apr 15
"Honor your own uniqueness, love and light. Do what your soul requests!!
Caption " whatever is good for your
Have a blessed day my friends !!!!
" cherrap, Apr 15
"Nothing is more honorable then a grateful heart.
" Forgive, Apr 17
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Video of the Week
“Unsung Hero” is a tearjerker that will leave you astonished that this level of emotion is elicited by a Thai Life Insurance commercial. It depicts a story of a man who helps people, animals, plants and the world simply because it makes him feel better when he gives to others. “What does he get in return?” a narrator asks. “He gets nothing. He won’t be richer. He won’t appear on TV. Still anonymous. And not a bit more famous.” "What he does receive are emotions," the narrator continues. "He witnesses happiness. Reaches a deeper understanding. Feels the love. Receives what money can't buy. A world made more beautiful." This commercial will take you on a journey of recognizing it’s not about being well known that matters, it’s about being someone worth knowing. [Source: KarmaTube]
Words of Wisdom
Nothing Else Matters,
by Scott Morrison
Stop dead in your tracks. It doesn’t matter at all, what you’ve ever done, or not done. It doesn’t matter how grandiose, self-centered, arrogant, or neurotic you’ve ever been. It doesn’t matter how brilliant you’ve been, or how stupid you’ve been. It... Read more on iJourney.org
Kitchen Teachings: Conversation with Cherri Farrell,
by Richard Whittaker
Cherri Farrell teaches consumer and family science, a subject that used to be called home economics. She teaches at College Park High School in Pleasant Hill, California. Her curriculum is devoted largely to cooking and nutrition and it's also. Read More on Conversations.org
The difference between what we do and what we are capable of doing would suffice to solve most of the world's problems. Mahatma Gandhi
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