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Question: "Random acts of kindness", How much do they promote a culture of peace? CPNN article: Amelie: A Peace-Promoting Film
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Posted: Dec. 13 2002,19:18

From a review by Sanders Moore:
Amelie, a French film that has recently been introduced in the United States, is about a young woman that decides to do acts of random kindness to improve the quality of people's lives... People can learn from this movie and the little things one can do to make others happier. If everyone strove to make one more person happy each day, or even each week, the world would be a much more pleasant place. Maybe happier people would promote peace, or at least be less violent. Not only does helping someone out assist in those people's lives, but also in the person's life that has done the work.
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