Good News of the Day
Power of One
Stories of Kindness
Dry Cleaner Excitement,
Mar 08 -- I went to pick up my dry clean and paid for my bill. Then, I kindly said, I wanted to pay for someone else’s ... Full Story
Innter Transformation And Some Balloon Moments!,
Mar 04 -- My friend/new found kindness buddy and I were walking down a familiar street near our university and we stopped by ... Full Story
Mar 09 -- I have a 65 year old friend who loves teddy bears - she feels they are part of her family and they give her great ... Full Story
"Take a moment to celebrate and honor Nipun Mehta , creator of Servicespace, the smilecard and Kindspring
" ryandavid, Mar 04
"In charity there is no excess. No one has ever become poor by giving. A bone to the dog is not charity. Charity is the bone shared with the dog, when you are just as hungry as the dog.
" Forgive, Mar 04
"friendship is born at that moment when one person says to another:
i thought i was the only one...
~ c.s. lewis ~
" seasoul12, Mar 05
"Did you know? Squirrels adopt babies from other squirrels that have been abandoned.
How sweet, kind and loving is that! Animals are beautiful!!
" brindlegirl, Mar 08
More in Smile Groups
Video of the Week
At Detroit SOUP, more than the broth is simmering---ideas are, too. Each month, creative thinkers, artists and neighbors gather to share project ideas over five-dollar bowls of soup & bread. As the meal winds down, the voting winds up, and winners go home with the soup-money, a micro-grant of sorts, to get their project going. As a result, Detroit's arts, parks, social justice, and urban farming scenes are thriving. Founder Amy Kaherl says her organization was often credited for funding these projects. “[But] we didn't do anything,” she clarifies. “Except provide an opportunity for the dinners. It was the people in the community who felt it was safe to share their ideas with other people [that made this happen]." [Source: KarmaTube]
Words of Wisdom
by Ajahn Brahm
We were poor monks who needed buildings. We couldn't afford to employ a builder — the materials were expensive enough. So I had to learn how to build: how to prepare the foundations, lay concrete and bricks, erect the roof, put in the plumbing — the whole lot. I had been a... 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
There is no sincerer love than the love of food. George Bernard Shaw
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