Touch could properly be regarded as a form of nutrition. We mistakenly think that touch occurs on the periphery of our self, a skin thing.
This Image has really got me this morning…
“A man wanting to jump off a bridge.. stopped by strangers who held him until help arrived to get him down safely. Look at that
When my husband died unexpectedly, a coworker took me under her wing. Every week for an entire year, she would send me a card saying
The Difference That a Simple Stick of Chalk Can Make – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
“I just saw a terrible thing,” my husband said, as he pulled up to the curb and I climbed into the passenger seat of the
I’m Muslim and People Call Me Terrorist. Do YOU Trust Me?
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75 Photos Showing the Brighter Side of Humanity
The mainstream media would have us believe That the world is a bad place. They feature, in the main, Events that are sure to make
Kindness and a Bag of M&M’s – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
When I go into the fast food market to buy my (daily) bag of M&M’s with peanuts, I always buy an extra bag for the
Television Presenter Gets Chills From a Single Mom’s Note About a Stranger’s Kindness
A touching note from a single mom posted on the Facebook page of San Francisco television anchor Frank Somerville has been liked 22,000 times and
Walking Cross-Town. With Scruffy Shoes. – By David Kanigan
Tuesday morning. It’s early. I’m walking down the tunnel at Grand Central Station. The air is heavy, the mammoth air conditioners have not yet fired
“Sharing French Fries With a Stranger in the Chicago Airport” – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
I had been sitting at the bar in the Chicago airport talking congenially over drinks for 20 minutes or so with a young woman from
Policemen Set a Great Example for a Little Boy
Especially during tumultuous times, law enforcement finds itself under intense scrutiny and receives a lot of negative press. However, with perspective, we can easily see
One Sympathetic Fact – By Ben Dolnick
Here’s a true fact: On November 6, 1963, when she was 18, Laura Bush ran a stop sign in Midland, Texas and crashed into a
Living in a World Surrounded by Kindness – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
A big, tough-looking man wearing a tank top and baseball cap took hold of the door at the Circle K that my shorter-than-he-ever-used-to-be husband was
Food Waste: a Crime Against Humanity. Our Children Should Know Better – By Elena Verigo
I am a school teacher and it breaks my heart seeing how easily children bin food. This is a cry of my soul. Food is
On the Mindless Menace of Violence – (The Cartoon)
This is my second quote adaptation from the great Robert F. Kennedy. It’s an extract taken from one of his most important speeches, titled ‘On
I Am The Passenger – By Juliet Naked
I woke up this morning with a bad case of the blues. I’m not really sure what to write. Depression has her way with me
I Knew a Kid in Highschool That Never Spoke.
I was kinda a loner myself but it’s easy when it’s by choice. He sat alone at lunch , and I didn’t have anyone to
We all Need a Little Change – By Lizzi Lewis
I got told off today, by a complete stranger. The incident made me cry, for him as much as for me. And for all the
Man With Cerebral Palsy Created Such Beautiful Typewriter Art
Paul Smith (September 21, 1921 – June 25, 2007) was born with Severe cerebral palsy, a serious condition that affects the brain. It limited his
Silence When a Neighbor Uses the “N” Word and a Living Room Epiphany – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
One day back in the 60’s when life as we knew it was changing through the civil rights movement, my husband called me from work.
Why Kindness Heals – By James R. Doty, M.D.
As a physician specializing in neurosurgery at an academic medical center, I appreciate the unhappiness many patients have with the present healthcare delivery system that
Immigrants’ First Pictures Reveal What It Means To Be American (Historical Kindness)
We often forget that each one of the immigrants who entered this country between 1892 and 1954 was a unique person with their own cultural
BLOOD IN THE STREETS Coping With Menstruation While Homeless – by Jennifer Weiss-Wolf
Around the globe there is growing awareness of, and demand for solutions to, the financial and physical burdens of menstruation. In developing countries the consequence
Kindness in a Blanket or in a Plastic Bottle or in a Life Jacket – By Carmelene Melanie Siani
At the end of my yoga class the teacher came over and adjusted my blanket so that my feet wouldn’t get cold during the final
How the Police can Benefit From the Uncanny Power of Courtesy – By Mark Gosson
I was just traveling throughout Europe and I found myself paying attention to how the police interact with people there. Part of this is certainly