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It Costs Zero to be Kind... but it's worth a Million #AtoZChallenge

All month, I have been focusing on individual feats of kindness by one person in each post. Today, as the A to Z Challenge comes to an end, I find I want to share more. I want to show you so many ways that kindness exists in this…

The Unprecedented Sacrifice of Keri Young #AtoZChallenge

“We said hello and goodbye to our sweet Eva yesterday. She was so perfect in her own little way.” It was perhaps one of the most heartbreaking status messages one could expect to see on Facebook. Keri Young and her husband were …

Kindness Trumps Xenophobia #AtoZChallenge #WATWB

How do you fight something with the potential for so much hatred as xenophobia (a prejudice against people of other countries) and religious discrimination? With knives and blades? No. You do it with simple gestures of kindness. …

Security guard Freddie Wieczorek's Royal Gesture #AtoZChallenge

Retired after 35 years in the German Navy, Freddie Wieczorek was driving his wife nuts at home, constantly bickering, changing tv channels and wondering whether it was lunch time yet. Annoyed, his wife gave him two options - get …

Clare Vaz is a Cake Angel #AtoZChallenge

Millie and Matt did not have the best start to their wedding week. Millie - who loves baking - had painstakingly made her own 3-tiered dream cake for her wedding and the couple had driven down carefully to the venue the previous …

Fethullah Üzümcüoğlu and Esra Polat's Wedding Reception #AtoZChallenge

Even as war and xenophobia raged wildly all around them, a Turkish bride and groom decided they wanted their special day to be one remembered for a love beyond two people. The couple got married in Kilis near the Syrian borde…

Tirunelveli Wall of Kindness #AtoZChallenge

"Leave it if you don't need! Take it if you need! Clothes, books, toys, shoes, chappals, other useable items" These words are painted on the brightly coloured wall of no less than the Collecterate in Tirunelve…

Alternatives to Plastic You Can Use At Home #SuperBloggerChallenge2018

Earth Day this year focuses on providing information and inspiration to eventually end plastic pollution. Due to their unique nature, plastics take anywhere between 500 to a 1000 years to degrade. What this means is that w…