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Global Kindness Revolution at GoFundMe!

Now! YOU can help build the Global Kindness Revolution

and learn

How to Create a Kindness Circle“!

Join me at GoFundMe to contribute to my goal of making the Global Kindness Revolution a worldwide cause! Be kind all the time – here’s your chance …

 

 

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Judith is Glowing in Yahoo!’s Women Who Shine

Posted by LinDee Rochelle, Penchant for Penning

Vote for Judith! Women Who Shine

I have a confession to make. I badgered Judith to allow me to guest-blog the first post she’s added here in more than a year. She has exciting news and I get to share it with you!

For those who haven’t heard – there’s a reason for our friend’s long absence from the Trust One Kindness website and this blog – and life in general. Judith has just begun picking up the pieces after a horrendous auto accident in early 2011 that shattered her daily to-do list. Being broadsided by a distracted driver will do that to you.

Judith Trustone, Founder Sagewriters

Judith is a remarkable woman and healer.

But anyone who knows Judith knows she wouldn’t take this setback lying down. Well, at least not mentally. Continue reading

Donate to Help Make This a Kinder, Gentler World!

Our Story

My vast experience leading Healing Circles for a variety of populations around the country through the decades, has given me the opportunity to see the power of bringing people together for soothing and nurturing their spirits. The enthusiastic response by thousands of people, especially in prison, all hungry for simple acts of Kindness, countered by the disgust of the general public for our culture’s violence and lack of civility, has convinced me that we must try a fresh, unique approach to Kindness as an antidote to violence and meanness.

This is how I see it working: In order to change public perceptions and therefore, public policy regarding human rights, a massive public education effort is required. I want to compile a workbook about how to do Kindness projects for every population, from homeless shelters, to schools to corporations. I hope to reach as broad an audience as possible, and will do this through my extensive network of organizations, individuals and religious groups committed to social change. Continue reading