Kindness Blog Shares Media Featuring Kindness In All Its Varied Forms ♥️

Celebrating the angels of kindness that walk among us every day. These are the people who freely give their help, that lend a listening ear to a sad soul’s tragic tale, that share what resources they have, that tolerate, that seek to understand another person’s plight and actively work to uplift others from poverty, oppression and loss.

From the simplest acts of charity through to grand, life-changing gestures of kindness, we publish images, videos, true life stories, personal reflections, meditations and other various media ♥️

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Subjects covered include; compassion, mindfulness, forgiveness, family, love, parenting, wisdom, grief, humanity, friendship, homelessness, life-lessons, morality, gentleness, non-violence, humility, loss, meditation, random acts of Kindness (RAOK), mental health and gratitude.

Since the Kindness Blog started early in 2013, the response received from our readers has literally been overwhelming ♥️

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  1. Hello,
    Thank you very much for stopping by and following my blog.
    It is truly my intention to build people up with what I write…
    in truth,in grace, in love which if God. I think the purpose of
    this blog,extending kindness, is Great.
    All the best ~

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  2. You may want to read the rest of Fritz Haber’s Wikipedia entry. He was not trying to develop ammonia fertilizer so that he could feed the world. That was merely the result of his work and not his driving intention. He doesn’t belong on the same page as Jonas Salk. He was a devoted German officer during World War I who used his scientific knowledge to advance the principles of Chemical Warfare. His contributions led to the ‘kind’ deaths and injuries of 10’s of thousands of French, British, and Allied soldiers through the use of chlorine gas artillery shells. Moreover, the Haber process for the production of ammonia gas is the foundation in the industrial scale formation of Nitrogen compounds, which were the primary components of explosives at the time. I think you will find that he probably killed through directly, and indirectly through the legacy of his chemical research, more people than were saved by ‘others’ who employed his ammonia producing techniques as fertilizers.


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