Random Acts of Kindness

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Red Wheel Weiser, Aug 1, 2002 - Self-Help - 160 pages
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Named a USA Today Best Bet for Educators, this is a book that encourages grace through the smallest gestures. The inspiration for the kindness movement, Random Acts of Kindness is an antidote for a weary world. Its true stories, thoughtful quotations, and suggestions for generosity inspire readers to live more compassionately in this beautiful new edition.

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User Review  - bohemiangirl35 - LibraryThing

This collection of "quotable quotes" and super short stories contains some of the usual quotes you expect to find, but also some "new" ones; at least they were new to me. The book is a very quick read and worth it for the unique and inspirational nuggets within. Thank you to Linda for sharing. Read full review

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User Review  - Whisper1 - LibraryThing

When I was very young I wondered how "older" people became so cranky and so disenchanted with life. Now that I've crossed the threshold of becoming one of the "older" people, I sometimes marvel that ... Read full review


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Daphne Rose Kingma is a bestselling author and psychotherapist. She has appeared on"The Oprah Winfrey" show, does emotional healing work with individuals and groups, and speaks and teaches throughout the United States and Europe. She is the author of several books, most recently "When You Think You're Not Enough".

Dawna Markova Ph.D. is internationally known for her ground-breaking work in helping people learn with passion and live purposefully. She is former research affiliate of the Organizational Learning Center at MIT, and her previous books include The Open Mind, No Enemies Within, An Unused Intelligence, How Your Child is Smart, and Learning Unlimited.

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