Free Books: Spread Kindness and Enter to Win
Operation Warm is giving away 20 free books to help spread kindness throughout the world. We believe kindness is contagious. The more we share, the more kindness grows.
There Is Too Much Bad News
Modern technology makes it easy to connect with the world. We get to keep up with what is happening in the news in just a matter of minutes or sometimes even seconds. While this can be a very good thing, it also has a downside. Most of the world focuses on the bad things that people do. The good news often gets lost.
This constant negativity can really affect our outlook on the world. What if, instead, we could influence our future by spreading acts of kindness and letting people know about the good news? Would it change our collective consciousness to promote a different society that is based on being kind?
Where Are the Free Books?
Champion of kindness, Leon Logthetis has generously donated 20 free books. Leon wants to bless others with his bestselling Amazon Travel book, The Kindness Diaries. We are excited to share these free books with those who believe in the importance of being kind just as much as we do. Let’s pay it forward.
Now, through October 26th, tell us about an act of kindness you experienced to be automatically entered to win one of these free books. You can share an act of kindness you performed, one that you witnessed or one that blessed you. Any act of kindness you share will inspire all of us.
As soon as you share your act of kindness on our Cultivate Kindness Giveaway page, you will be entered to win one of these free books. Operation Warm will randomly choose twenty entrants at the end of October.
The difference really does start with one simple act of kindness. We hope to hear your story soon. Click here to enter.
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