We Can Be Kind
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We Can Be Kind

Healing Our World One Kindness at a Time

By David Friedman
Author David Friedman will appear on The Today Show, debuting his book and talking kindness Features a foreword by The Random Acts of Kindness Foundation Director, the non-profit group will co-promote the We Can Be Kind to their network. David Friedman helps run the Artist's Support Group at Unity Church of New York City as a way to empower artists and help them achieve their goals Through his association with Unity Churches, David leads workshops at Unity of Fairfield County, CT, The Sacred Center In New York City, Trinity Retreat Center in West Cornwall CT, Unity of Clearwater, Florida, The Unity Convention Cruise in Alaska, The International New Thought Convention in Scottsdale, AZ, Unity of Tulsa, OK and Unity of Wichita, KS, Unity of Dallas, Unity of Chicago, Unity of Phoenix, Unity of Pittsburgh, Unity of Laguna Hills, Fellowship for Today in East Lansing, MI, Unity of Hartford, CT, Unity of North Houston, Unity of Tampa, Unity of St. Petersburg, Unity of Palm Harbor, Unity of the Gold Country, CA, Unity of Seattle, Unity of Bellevue, WA, Unity of Yakima, WA, Unity of Portland as well as both Unity Churches in San Francisco, CA.

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