The Best Of A 'Kind World': 6 Stories Of Random Acts Of Kindness

6 stories, 6 random acts of kindness chosen from WBUR's 'Kind World'
6 stories, 6 random acts of kindness chosen from WBUR's 'Kind World'

Back in July, WBUR launched a digital experiment called "Kind World" that explores people's experiences with random acts of kindness. Over the last several months, we've collected dozens of stories and featured many of them on our website.

Each one of these stories demonstrate the overwhelming goodness that exists in the world. Of those stories, we selected and packaged six that we thought were extraordinarily powerful. From a man buying a retail manager's entire staff a cup of coffee during the hectic holiday sales season to a woman with mitochondrial disease helping a man stuck in his New York City apartment during Superstorm Sandy, these stories detail the human experiences that may not necessarily make the news, but are just as important to share.

Press the play button below to listen to the Best Of Kind World.

This program aired on December 24, 2012. The audio for this program is not available.

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Nate Goldman Social Media Producer
Nate Goldman was formerly a social media producer at WBUR.



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