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One Day, One Dance, One Heart! (DFK2013 – Dance For Kindness)

November 11, 2014

YouTube video LifeVestInside

What is Dance for Kindness?
To some, the world is filled with war, hatred, violence and hopelessness but together we have the power to fill this world with kindness, trust, hope and love.

In honor of World Kindness day (Nov. 13th), Life Vest Inside (LVI) initiated Dance For Kindness. Groups from across the globe unite under the banner of kindness and join together to perform a Kindness Freezmob/Flashmob to the same song, same dance, all happening on the same day.

Become part of the change you wish to see in the world by taking a stand and dancing for kindness because kindness, does in fact, keeps the world afloat.

Previous Years Impact:
In 2012, the event took place in 30 locations simultaneously, spanning across 15 countries including: Mexico, India, Russia, Australia, Singapore, Chile, Canada, and in over 10 locations in the US.

In 2013, Dance For Kindness took place in over 40 cities spanning across 25 countries with national and international news coverage, such as Bloomberg TV watched by millions. Over 25,000 dancers and spectators took part in Dance for Kindness and we continue to grow exponentially each and every year.

The DFK 2014 took place last Sunday (November 19), we’ll show you the video once Life Vest Inside released their compilation. This year, the event took place in over 80 cities spanning across 32 countries. Everyone around the world danced to the same song,”Revolution of Love,” and did the same exact dance.

Thursday of this week is the official World Kindness Day. It was introduced in 1998 by the World Kindness Movement a coalition of nations kindness NGOs (non-governmental organizations) that each year it will take place on November 13. A kindness act can be as simple as holding a door open for a stranger, wishing someone to have a nice day with a smile, etc…

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