What if you choose to see the good?
What if you choose to be the good?
In a fast-paced era of technological advances and digitized experiences, it’s easy to miss simple opportunities to strengthen our humanity. Moments created through tiny actions renew hope and reveal compassion and gratitude. By shifting our perspectives and choosing to see the potential for goodness in each day, we can scatter seeds of kindness that will bloom in others.
In our moments of greatest triumph and deepest despair, we are reminded that kindness matters. To believe there is good in the world, we must be the good. We must lead with love and empower others to do the same.
In A Passion for Kindness, educator Tamara Letter shares her own kindness journey and showcases experiences from other kindness cultivators around the world. Through personal stories of vulnerability and vitality, you will discover unique ways you can make a positive difference in the lives of friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, and even strangers.
"Paying kindness forward doesn’t cost us a dime, but it is a significant investment in a kinder future for our schools, communities, and world. Imagine a world filled with kindness—Tamara is making that happen!"
—Pam Moran, coauthor of Timeless Learning and executive director of the Virginia School Consortium for Learning
“Tamara Letter’s book, A Passion for Kindness, is a must-have book for any kindness cultivator that wants to make the world a better place.”
—Leon Logothetis, best-selling author of The Kindness Diaries
“Every human (no matter your role in this thing called life) should read A Passion for Kindness and find ways to share more love to those around us.”
—Tara M. Martin, educator, keynote speaker, and author of Be REAL
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Tamara Letter's book is a clear and concise handbook for implementing kindness in ways both big and small into classrooms and everyday life. Her stories are interwoven between specific calls to action -- and includes step by step instructions on how to incorporate discussions with students. Her book spotlights "Kindness Cultivators" of all walks of life, and ends each chapter with reflection questions. Her first novel both engages and empowers all to become leaders in the kindness movement -- and to share in her Passion for Kindness.