Goodness Abounds: 365 True Stories of Loving Kindness
In this #1 bestseller in multiple Amazon categories, over 275 authors shared true stories of generosity and loving-kindness to help turn up your "Goodness Radar." Whenever I have a low day, I can flip to any page and find a story to lift my spirit and restore my faith in humanity. I contributed three stories to the book about a Japanese nurse, my 6th-grade teacher, and a talking cat!
Scroll down to hear the stories I contributed. I bet you can relate to one if not all of them.
30 Minutes and a Blue Bucket
In 2012, I spent 3 weeks in the hospital for hip replacement surgery. Remembering the kind nurse who helped me one day still brings me to tears. I feel so much gratitude for all the nurses out there healing hearts.
Mr. Mickelson's Tall Girl
At 5'11" (179 cm), I'm considered a tall woman even in the U.S. where I was raised. My 6th-grade year became a whole lot easier by the surprising way my teacher helped me boost my self-confidence and embrace my height.
People Are a Problem
A walk along the river and a quiet conversation with an unlikely teacher renewed my faith in the goodness of people.
How can I get the book?
If you enjoyed my three stories, I encourage you to get the book. It's full of stories from communities who came together for a worthy cause, help from complete strangers, and family and friends making a positive difference. Goodness Abounds and the other four books in the 365 Book Series are available on Amazon.
The creators of the 365 Series, Jodi Chapman, and Dan Teck donate 5% of all profits from sales of their books to the Jane Goodall Institute.
About the Author:
Hi! I'm Marci. I have a dedicated spiritual practice, enjoy studying alternative-healing modalities, cooking a whole-foods flexitarian diet, and exploring Japan, where I've lived for 30 years. Learn more about my workbooks for kids, and journals for adults. Also, look for my upcoming memoir Otosan, which chronicles the five years I cared for my father-in-law, a WWII Japanese war veteran, as he navigates Alzheimer’s.