Kindness in the time of #COVID19

by - April 28, 2020

Across the world, the corona virus has spread its tentacles, shutting down countries, killing lakhs of innocent people and leaving millions more severely affected. During these hard times, it is worth it to take a step back from all the pain and sorrow and admire the kindness that has also come to the fore. To remind ourselves that, irrespective of our creed or religion, there are people doing selfless good deeds all over the world right now.


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Here are 10 moments of kindness during this global lockdown that will brighten up your day.




feeding the poor in India during corona virus lockdown
Volunteers from Dera Kar Sewa Sant Baba Bhuri Wale organisation distribute food to people in need in Amritsar.

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Signboard outside a restaurant in Nepal offering free food to stranded tourists

bags of groceries

signboard outside food store


Heroes of Kindness:

Since 2017, every year, I take up the #BlogchatterA2Z & #AtoZChallenge and focus on showcasing lovely real-life heroes from around the worldThe aim is to remind you that there is still plenty of good human beings all around you... to inspire you to smile once more.
You can follow my 2020 Edition of Heroes of Kindness here.

Want more stories of compassion? I have Hundreds of 'Heroes of Kindness' to brighten your day here:

2017 edition (Articles - 40, Heroes - 67)
2018 edition (Articles - 34, Heroes - 52)
2019 edition (Articles - 31, Heroes - 42)


Heroes of Kindness - Indian edition
Heroes of Kindness - My Interviews

 

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2 comments

  1. I have come across a new term recently "Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam" which stands for World is one family and many of these organisations follow this one motto and serve everyone in need.
    A huge salute to these soldiers.
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  2. In India also we are hearing some amazing stories. In our housing society we have established a community kitchen from where the elderly people, especially those who depended on maids for food are being served food. Young people in our society who cannot cook and depended on maids or zomato for food are also getting food from the kitchen. We are also giving food to needy people outside our society.

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