We, I believe, are in the midst of a revolution. We’ve had 20 years of massive self interest that’s gotten us into a lot of deep trouble. We have financial collapses and we have global warming, and the revolution is reorienting toward kindness as a way to solve some of these problems.
Director of the Greater Good Science Center at UC Berkeley
A genuine act of kindness makes me feel like I really am where you cut underneath anything external, and you become what a human being can really be. It’s like coming home when you give kindness. Kindness changes us, as human beings.
Catherine Ryan Hyde,
Best-selling author of Pay It Forward
Nice and generous people are more successful than mean and selfish people because of the principal of reciprocity, basically what you put out in the world comes back to you.
Research Scientist, Yale University
Karma actually may exist. If kindness can spread from person to person to person, then those kind acts can circle back around again. So the more generous I am, then the more generous people will be to me.