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Joy today: Science visually shows how bullying impacts life

New York fifth grader, Samantha Petraglia, demonstrates the impact of bullying in her science project by using an unlikely subject—a plant. The results? In 6 days, the bullied plant began to die. The one that was encouraged thrived. They had the same water, the same sunlight, and the same space on the shelf. Kindness matters; kindness makes all the difference.

Link to the full news story here:
https://newyork.cbslocal.com/2019/05/15/bullied-plants-project-bullying-samantha-petraglia-long-island-coalition-against-bullying/

 

A Year of Yes: Two stories to make your Sunday—The Great Monarch Migration and buying textbooks for a student

I have to share these two stories with you because they encapsulate just why “yes” is the word I’m embracing for 2018:

Bookstore employee writes this on Facebook after “little old lady” shocks everyone at the register with her kindness to a student
http://dailyheadline.com/an-old-lady-paid-for-a-customers-books-then-she-said-this-and-left-him-tears/

Entomologist Phil Torres goes to Mexico to record the Great Monarch Migration. “This is what it’s like to be surrounded by a million butterflies.”

 

 

 

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