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Aug 01, 2020 As we head into our last week of the summer internship, here is a poem from all the summer interns' reflections from our acts of kindness this week. Frances- Kindness is Lena- Hopeful Leela- giving compliments Mika- Cleaning the house Anha- being self aware and loving Tanvi- Eyeopening Sonya- A challenge

A Week Of Kindness Poem

Jul 25, 2020, 9 smiles In our summer internship, we just finished three weeks of a kindness challenge. Inspired by everyone's acts, here is a poem with one line from each intern's reflections from their acts of kindness: Leela - An act of kindness Tanvi - can simply be something Lena - To make Mika - People smile Frances - It can be something Anha - to inspire and offer good energy to others Sonya - To thank them for all they’ve done

A Circle Of Friendship

Jun 27, 2020, 11 comments, 19 smiles At age three, I was inseparable from my parents. Where they went I went, always reaching out for their hands to ensure their presence, always calling out for them in desperation to verify that they were there. Never having left their side until the age of three, I believe I had what you might call separation anxiety. This made preschool an exciting but difficult time for all of us. As we approached my preschool for the first time, one of my hands tightly squeezed my father's hand, the other nervously grasped my mother’s. We walked past the cheerful sign out front which read “Welcome to the Lakeshool!,” up the stairs and through the front door. I was happy and curious—what could this new place be? There were other children for me to play with, toys, snacks, and of course my parents were right there. Soon enough, however, I was introduced to ... Read Full Story