A Kindness Thought Bubble, Featuring Born to Be Good

By Jason Marsh | April 20, 2010 | 2 comments

It'll make your vagus nerve hum!

The motion graphics design group Thought Bubble teamed up with author Amy Krouse Rosenthal to produce this charming short film about the importance of kindness. It gives a nice tip of the hat to Dacher Keltner's book Born to Be Good and its depiction of kindness as key to the meaningful life.

It'll make your vagus nerve hum.

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It’s a sweet blip.  Only, I feel sad after viewing it.  Life isn’t simple with a blissful ending.  We keep finding our path.

Lillian Lwin | 6:35 pm, May 23, 2010 | Link

 

Very informative article. Thank You for the author.

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