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Unity is is a concrete manifestation of the inner heart that has each of us reaching out across all our divisions: racial, social, economic and political.
The email request was unusual and poignant: A man was asking for a recipe for his terminally ill mother-in-law. She loved the favorite broccoli tempura at Ekiben, which has two locations in Baltimore.
The final “Jeopardy!” question and answer might go something like this, filed under the category of “Human Kindness.” After a life well-lived, this man donated a closet full of shirts, neckties and various other items of clothing that once belonged to him.
Henry Darby, principal at North Charleston High School in South Carolina, found his answer by getting a part-time job. At Walmart. He then donates his paycheck to students in need.
Once upon a time in Laurens, South Carolina, The Echo Theater was a whites-only hall that later would morph into a storefront, museum and recruitment center honoring white supremacy.
Human kindness is very much alive, despite our divisive political times. Cue scene in Sacramento, California last weekend, when the community of Natomas staged a parade.
Secret Santas abound everywhere this holiday season. But there is a special one in Idaho. His Secret Santa wish list started with a sweet 65-year-old woman named Diana Boldman.
‘Tis the season of kindness and paying it forward. But who had a DQ Blizzard or Arctic Rush on their random acts of kindness Bingo card?
‘Tis the season for cookies, even though many holiday cookie parties have been cancelled because of Covid-19 related concerns. But Americans are resilient, and they love to improvise.