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Kindness and Courage Are Interlinked

Kindness takes bravery and willingness to face rejection and ridicule

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Would we be kinder if it didn’t involve being so conspicuous? Sometimes kind gestures leave us feeling vulnerable and exposed.

I recall buying a return train ticket, as a twenty-year-old student. I only needed a single. The price difference was a measly one…




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Ali Hall

Ali Hall

🏆 Top Writer. Kindness = my superpower. ✍Psychology, friendship, social justice, feminism & personal growth. Lover of trail running & dogs.💦 Spread the Ripple

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