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Welcome to our March Edition of Random Acts of Kindness!

Thank you for following our blog. We share information here about getting out of debt, the benefits of bankruptcy, and tips on savvy financial management, saving more, and spending less. Certainly, these are critical topics for our financial futures, but we also like to share stories on random acts of kindness. Just some feel-good news to remind us of the good in the world!

In the face of tumultuous times, it may help to turn to the simplicity that a child’s perspective can give us. Filmmakers Jessie Auritt and Alexandra Berger did just that in their video “Why Be Kind?” In this short video children discuss what kindness is and why it is important. They share their ideas on the consequences of being unkind. While their perspective are simple, they are profound.

In this video a wise child reminds us: “If you be nice, it gives you a magical life.”

Watch the video here!

Kids give an important reminder to be kind to others, regardless of our differences, and inspire hope for the future.”

Children with their innocence have a way of teaching us about what it means to be kind. This video serves to remind us that while sometimes it is difficult not to feel jaded, there is good in this world. In the video another child shared with us: “It’s important to be nice to other people so that they feel that they have a part in the community, that somebody cares for them.”

Simple, yet profound.

It doesn’t take money or talent to be kind. Give random acts of kindness a try. We’d love to hear about the kindness you spread into the world! Feel free to post stories about your acts of kindness on our Facebook page!

When I was young, I admired clever people. Now that I am old, I admire kind people.”

– Abraham Joshua Heschel

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