As our global problems become increasingly complex, it's easy to feel defeated. But ripples from even small shifts within our dynamic interconnected system (The Butterfly Effect below), can trigger tsunamis of change. Although a single act may seem inconsequential, we don't know how things will unfold and the impact can be far beyond the limits of our imaginations. #smallisgreat! - Ameeta
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Editor's Note: As our global problems become increasingly complex, it's easy to feel defeated. But ripples from even small shifts within our dynamic interconnected system (The Butterfly Effect below), can trigger tsunamis of change. Although a single act may seem inconsequential, we don't know how things will unfold and the impact can be far beyond the limits of our imaginations. #smallisgreat! - Ameeta
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Kindness In the News
An online challenge, #trashtag, goes viral after challenging people to clean small areas in their communities and post pre- and post-clean up pictures. Imagine how much we can all accomplish together!
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Kindness is Contagious.
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As a KindSpringer was reflecting on the beauty of her kind interactions earlier in the day with overflowing gratitude, she was awestruck by a full rainbow.
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The Butterfly Effect
Hugs This powerful video explains beautifully how single small events can change the course of history and why every single thing you do matters.
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The Butterfly Effect: An explanation for why small acts can have such big effects. No one can fully understand the system but that doesn't mean we can't try to make it better.
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