August is back-to-school time for many. As a new beginning and a reset of sorts, it can be more than about just new clothes and school supplies. We can encourage children to be aware of how others are feeling, and to act with loving, intentional kindness whenever possible. And "it's always possible" (the Dalai Lama). Children hold the key to the change. Let's all help. - Jane
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Editor's Note: August is back-to-school time for many. As a new beginning and a reset of sorts, it can be more than about just new clothes and school supplies. We can encourage children to be aware of how others are feeling, and to act with loving, intentional kindness whenever possible. And "it's always possible" (the Dalai Lama). Children hold the key to the change. Let's all help. - Jane
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A 6-year-old boy from Georgia could create any T-shirt he wanted for the first day of school. He wanted one that would help other students make friends.
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This member joined a group to help support the families of incarcerated people. In one event, the group donated school supplies and books to fill 150 backpacks for children.
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#ElPasoChallenge
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