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Act of Kindness from Barbara

In this time of COVID isolation, we have become increasingly sensitive to the depth to which human interaction enriches our lives. Touch, especially hugs; the expression of feelings in each others’ eyes and the nearness of others that we took for granted are now even more appreciated in their absense. The void fills with sadness.

But what about the young ones who have limited experience of these feelings in their short years? How do we impart this precious learning of the heart? Words surely ~ stories, songs. But also acts ~ ribbons with wishes for joy, peace, health, kindness and gratitude written in gold and placed in clear balls; then put in a bag on a sidewalk and inviting strangers to take one. Planting seeds.


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