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Good morning SLAYER! Let the kindness in and allow yourself to be loved. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!

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Accepting Kindness

Many of us share our kindness with others. We give because we want to, because it feels good and because we want to make someone’s day a little brighter. But many of us have trouble accepting that kindness in return. We feel we aren’t worthy or deserving of it, yet we’re quick to see others […]

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Good morning SLAYER! The question isn’t “what can I achieve?” but “what can I contribute?” New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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Slay Say

Good morning SLAYER! Use your voice for kindness, your ears for compassion, your hands for charity, your mind for truth, and your heart for love. SLAY on!

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Slay It Forward

The protests in Minneapolis and across the country are resonating with people of all ages, leaving many wondering what they can do to help. © Jamie Stoia Kamryn Johnson, right, and her friends Lexi and Mikayla, 9, at the bracelet stand on the front lawn of Kamryn’s home. They have been gathering there every day for the past […]

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Slay It Forward

In April, as the coronavirus was ravaging New York, Susan Jones learned her older brother had been diagnosed with a blood cancer. © Provided by Associated Press This image released by Damien Escobar shows Escobar with medical staff at Queens Hospital in the Queens borough of New York. Many people are reaching out to help others […]

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Slay It Forward

As boys, Kevin Alton and Martel Hedge grew up a block apart on Freeland and Climax streets and met when they were 9 and 8 years old, respectively. They first worked for and got to know their Beltzhoover neighbors while delivering newspapers. Now, 30 years later, as men, they are helping their neighborhood through the […]

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A Minneapolis middle school put out a call for 85 meal kits for students and families after many of the city’s stores were looted or destroyed during protests. On Sunday, faculty and families were pleasantly overwhelmed to find Sanford Middle School’s front lawn completely covered with bags of food and household goods. The food drive […]

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Two Montgomery County teenagers who started helping their grandparents during the novel coronavirus outbreak have turned their goodwill into a nationwide volunteer delivery service with 14 chapters across the country. The friends from Montgomery Blair High School, Dhruv Pai, 16, and Matt Casertano, 15, were both buying groceries for their grandparents in early March, as […]

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Slay It Forward

The stack of mail waiting for Byron Woods was about a foot high when he reopened his barber shops after a two-month shutdown because of the pandemic. He tossed the pile of unpaid bills aside and opened a hand-addressed envelope. Inside was a $1,200 check made out to him from a retired schoolteacher. She was […]

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