I agree! People often filter their kindness towards those who are “visibly unhappy” but what about the “genuinely happy” — who can act like signal boosters? or the “invisibly unhappy” — who aren’t comfortable being publicly vulnerable? I wrote about why it’s so important that we show kindness to all: https://medium.com/@goingforsmiles/random-acts-of-kindness-arent-as-random-as-we-think-a93181f22236

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