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Pizza Hut Workers Use Kayaks to Deliver Free Pies During Disaster

We have already heard about dozens of relief efforts in the wake of Hurricane Harvey – but this story sets a new bar for "pieing-it-forward". A Pizza Hut restaurant in Sugar Land, Texas paddled into their local neighborhoods earlier this week so they could make special deliveries to Texans trapped

Painting rocks? That’s this summer’s social media craze?

WEST ORANGE -- Some look like superheroes. Others look like bugs. Still, others have inspirational messages scrawled across them. There aren't any design rules to take part in the national rock-painting phenomenon that's recently taken hold in West Orange. Families hoping to participate just need to pick up rocks from

A Pool of Kindness

Good news is hard to come by these days, but a retired judge in Morris, Minnesota, has received a lot of positive media attention. That's because -- wait for it! -- a 94-year-old man named Keith Davison installed a pool in his backyard purely for kids in the neighborhood to

The power of true kindness

There's a lot in the news about the acts of kindness of people already in the media's eye. While we at Kudofeed don't decry the actions of celebrities, we believe that true kindness is not about giving money away, or paying for things, or even about well-publicised gestures that may

Conscious capitalism: how to make the most of the kindness in business

Seeking higher consciousness in the heart of capitalism. Byron Barrett, CC BY-ND Paul Levy, University of Brighton When companies start to struggle, some people hope that the idea of corporate social responsibility (CSR) can help CEOs understand themselves and learn to adapt, but too often that is engulfed by traditional ways of running

Why you should talk to strangers

"When you talk to strangers, you're making beautiful interruptions into the expected narrative of your daily life -- and theirs," says Kio Stark. In this delightful talk, Stark explores the overlooked benefits of pushing past our default discomfort when it comes to strangers and embracing those fleeting but profoundly beautiful