Post-Election, We Need to Celebrate World Kindness Day More Than Ever
The Nov. 13 holiday can be just the thing to bring a divided nation and world together, says, the Ambassador of JOY, barry shore.
World Kindness Day, now in its 22nd year, is arguably more important to celebrate this year according to author/entrepreneur Barry Shore, who has earned the sobriquet the Ambassador of Joy. With a contentious election to sort out, a pandemic to deal with and a general decline in civility, remembering to be KIND to our fellow human beings may require some gentle reminders.
Besides the U.S., more than 27 nations are participating in this year’s World Kindness Day on Nov. 13. Shore wants to see America lead the way.
Shore is a former quadriplegic and successful serial entrepreneur with two multimillion-dollar exits and three issued patents who in 2004 became paralyzed overnight from a rare disease. During the 16 years that followed, he has pushed himself to regain some of his functioning. He has become an avid swimmer who logs 2 miles per day and has accumulated over 7,851 miles in the past decade. Shore lives his life to inspire people to Use KINDNESS and to see the JOY in their everyday lives.