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Despite how we may hate traffic jams, they do provide a valuable insight into how we are all connected through our compassion.
Kindness is seeping into the classrooms and corridors of an elementary school in Minnesota thanks to a group of fifth-graders. The kids at Parker Elementary School started...
This new piece of research shows that people experience twice as much positive emotion with images of kindness compared to pretty pictures.
This installment of the Science of Kindness is reprinted with permission from Envision Kindness. In my exploration of how kindness connects people, it has become pretty...
What is the “secret sauce” of kindness – and why do we need it now more than ever?
Read Woman’s Heartfelt Open Letter to Flight Attendant Who Extended Simple Offer of Kindness 17 Years Ago
17 years ago, Annemarie Kaan was on a plane flying from Australia to Canada, preparing to start her new life in a totally different country. The...
If the old adage “you are what you eat” is true, then it also stands to reason that we are what we see as well.
If you need some inspiration for being more compassionate in 2019, here are the top ten most popular stories from this year.
The Background: Mary Latham firmly believes that there are always more good stories, and more acts of kindness and love, than there are bad...
We wanted to bring you this sweet reminder of a Halloween story to show that this costumed holiday in America is not all ‘tricks’—there...
If you've got a knack for capturing kindness in your camera lens, then you can now submit them for a prize in this photography contest.
Luis Ocampo fell prey to a burglary after he was serving on the frontlines of hurricane relief efforts – and then the donations started pouring in.
This 93-year-old is nicknamed “The Candy Man” because he has spent the last 11 years giving away chocolate bars to strangers.
The argument's positive outcome starkly contrasted what happened at a Philadelphia Satrbucks outlet back in May when an argument arose.
The app has already racked up roughly 65,000 users who are eager to help their neighbors.
The World Cup is always a perfect example of how humans can get along – regardless of their race, abilities, or sports preferences.
When this compassionate town orchestrated a wedding for two hurricane evacuees, the groom said: “If I had a car, I wouldn’t leave. I love it here.”
This 4-year-old may not be able to fly or turn invisible, but his “superpower” is better than anything in the comic books.
It was Jessica Rudeen's first time flying with two youngsters – and it did not take long for her to become overwhelmed. Thankfully, she was seated next to an empathetic stranger.
Michael was a panhandling homeless man who thought he was all alone in the world. Then, a deputy's random act of kindness led him to a loving family he never knew he had. (WATCH)