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Kindness world-changing

Tony Antonucci’s letter from July 23 made my day. It was refreshing to see a letter that wasn’t about complaining or negativity. In a nutshell, he is asking that we all just care for one another unselfishly.

If parents would bring their children up with this principle, if teachers would teach this to their students, and if everyone would live by “random acts of kindness,” as Mr. Antonucci suggests, what a better world we would live in.

I’m clipping out Tony’s letter to help remind me that we can make a difference by a positive attitude and kindness toward others. Thank you, Tony ..!

Bonnie L. Walker



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