Andrew R. Campanella

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Lyn Thomas of Birmingham, Alabama, sets aside part of each paycheck to fund random acts of kindness, such as paying for groceries or picking up the lunch tab. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #generous #randomactsofkindness #payitforward
A New Jersey school uses a special vending machine to reward students when they are caught doing random acts of kindness. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #actsofkindness #reward
13-year-old Connor Wright of Lynnfield, Massachusetts, assembled and delivered ‘kindness kits’ to needy children. Conner explained that the kits are filled with high-quality and trendy toys and items. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #needy #toys #bekind
Putting the well-being of others before our own without expecting anything in return can also boost the giver’s health and happiness, according to research. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #actsofkindness #health #happiness
Amazon's Jeff Bezos named Dolly Parton the winner of his Courage and Civility Award. The $100 million she received is for her charity, which has gifted 190 million free books to children. #highlightinghappiness #books #literacy #DollyParton #JeffBezos
Let's apply the beautiful words of Ephesians 4:32 to our online interactions: "Be kind to one another, tenderhearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you." We can do it. Happy Thanksgiving! 3/3
We can choose kindness. We can be compassionate. We can amplify things that are positive, and opt not to engage with or promote that which is negative. We can prioritize the value of building real community over the fleeting rush of provocation. 2/3
As we celebrate Thanksgiving, and we renew our gratitude for our family, friends, coworkers, and country, I have one wish. Let's all resolve to be better neighbors. Not just to the folks next door or down the street, but in the growing public square that is social media. 1/3
Happy Thanksgiving from Love Your School 🦃! We’re thankful today for the opportunities our kids had this year to learn and grow - and that thanks to universal#ESAA and the movement for school options across the country, that opportunity is coming for more kids!d
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Happy Thanksgiving! 🦃 So much Thanksgiving in my heart for faith, family, friendship, community, and purpose. Sending love to you no matter where you are in the world.❤️l
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New and gently used coats are being donated to families in Redding, California, as part of the first annual “Coats for Kids.” #highlightinghappiness #coats #winter #kindness #California
In the face of a horrific slaughter that could have been far worse, this kind of everyday heroism is always inspiring and invigorating.…
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One of our favorite parts of National #SchoolChoiceWeek is seeing the different parts of our country! Swipe through this gallery to see Colorado through the eyes of Colorado Springs Christian School student, Angela!
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Gretchen Caiazzo and her 14-year-old grandson, Cole enjoyed an evening out together. When Caiazzo went to pay for the meal, the waiter told her strangers had paid for the meal. #highlightinghappiness #grandma #randomactsofkindness #payitforward
The Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) Club engages in volunteer opportunities and service work to create positive change at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #randomactsofkindness #Nebraska
If you are looking for something to listen to tomorrow, check out Sold a Story and @ehanford's excellent journalism. It's the best podcast I've ever listened to, and it reignited my passion for effective reading instruction.
Caleb Heiman, a high school college counselor in Evansville, Indiana holds up daily signs to brighten his students’ day. #highlightinghappiness #kindness #signs #positivemessages #rolemodel
@andrewrcamp @Dyrnwyn @KendallGPace @FountasPinnell Maybe because they are making too much money. Think “Dope Sick”….
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It's worth noting that 36% of U.S. fourth-graders would not be able to read this letter from the "literacy giants." One of the reasons they can't read it: they were taught to "read" using systems that didn't focus on phonics. @ehanford is the hero, not the villain, in this.…
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