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#RAK: Random Acts of Kindness

Random Acts of Kindness

By Victoria Holland Many often say “Nothing we do matters,” and this often becomes an excuse to act in a less than kind manner and treat others in a less than kind fashion, because of one's belief in a lack of repercussions. But if this  is true - that there is no greater meaning

Mental Illness: Ending the Stigma

Mental Illness: Ending the Stigma

By Samantha Plink One in four people in the world will be affected by mental illness at some point in their lives. Yet nearly two thirds of those people never seek help from a health professional, largely due to the stigma surrounding mental health issues. Mental illness doesn’t discriminate. It can affect people

Save The Bees!

Save the bees

By Jully Kemp Stings from bees hurt but losing the bees eternally sure hurts more. A lot of people find it difficult to believe that bees are actually very important to human beings. Believe it or not, 1 out of every 3 food item we eat was gotten from a

Choosing to buy Free-Range

Choosing to buy Free-Range

By C. Pen As we walk into the super market or the butcher's, our primary selection criteria, more often than not, is look and taste. Usually, when animal products such as meat or eggs are procured from the animals in high-volume, industrialized "farms," it is often done through harm (and often

Adopting Pets: Choose Shelters over Breeders

There are many reasons why you should consider adopting pets instead of buying one. You will find a better selection of animals at shelters than at pet stores. Animal shelters take in pets of all breeds and ages, while pet stores have a limited variety and number of pets. There

Help Yourself Help Others

Help Yourself Help Others

By Mick Trainor Mark Twain – addicted to success.com “the two most important days in your life is the day you are born and the day you find out why” For some reason that excites me and scares the hell out of me at the same time. Finding out why you are here

Walking in Others’ Shoes

By John Watson It is altogether too easy to look at a fellow human being and immediately write them off based on their demeanor or appearance. The perfect example is when passing a homeless person on the street. The majority of people avert their gaze, while others are a lot more

A Greener Workplace

A Greener Workplace

[dropcap]As a civilization who spends about half of our waking hours at our workplaces, possibly more. Most of these workplaces are dependent on resources provided by the natural ecosystem around us (be it water, food, paper, energy & more). It is therefore ultimately in our interest to do our best

Action Over Expectation : Getting out of our heads

Action Over Expectation

By Kelly Johnston The price of High Expectations Exploring the idea of living inside our heads and the importance of making it real to contribute to the world. Action Over Expectation Expectation can thwart what we do in our lives. When we raise the bar too high we second guess even taking that

WATCH: The Kindness Boomerang

The Kindness Boomerang

By Life Vest Inside The Kindness Boomerang Watch as the camera tracks an act of kindness as its passed from one individual to the next and manages to boomerang back to the person who set it into motion. Please like, share & tweet, and help spread the good!   Please help Life Vest Inside keep

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