Why It’s Time For Kindness To Become More Than An Intermission

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Why It’s Time For Kindness To Become More Than An Intermission

Words by Mr Chris Wallace

13 May 2020

Lenox Hill hospital health workers in the Upper East Side, thank New Yorkers that clap for those fighting the coronavirus in what has become a nightly ritual all over the city, 10 April, 2020. Photograph by Mr Miguel Juarez Lugo/ZUMA Wire/Shutterstock

“Failures of kindness are not the result of some innate selfishness, but in fact a symptom of our culture of individualism”