HumanKind: Changing the World One Small Act a Time - BY Brad Aronson

LifeTree Media, Vancouver, 2020

Winner of Canadian Book Clubs Award, 2020

"Every life is a story woven around the web of relationships, chance encounters and daily challenges. Unconsciously or consciously we are the authors of our life stories. In this very elegant and wise book, Brad shows how we can create a life of adventure and healing by making our lives stories of love in action."
—Deepak Chopra

"I believe we're all connected, and our purpose here on Earth is to help one another. In Humankind, Brad Aronson shows us how to do this. The stories he shares will inspire you and, thanks to his practical tips, you'll feel empowered to act on that feeling and put kindness into action every day, in ways big and small."
—Gabrielle Bernstein, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Universe Has Your Back

“I think this might be the most beautiful book I’ve ever read. I can’t stop crying. It reinforces your faith in humanity and goodness and small acts of kindness.”
—Jane Green, author of eighteen New York Times bestsellers

"The most uplifting and life-affirming book in years."

HumanKind is perfect for anyone feeling the weight of the world, itching to make a difference, and not sure which direction to take. This book is a flashlight of well-written inspiring stories, simple lessons on kindness, and specific ways to help.”
—Neil Pasricha, author of seven New York Times bestsellers, including The Book of Awesome

“Thank you to Brad Aronson for spreading the gospel of kindness. This is a lovely and inspiring book on how we can make the world better with gestures big and small.”
—A.J. Jacobs, author of New York Times bestsellers, including Thanks a Thousand

HumanKind will lift you up and open your heart. It left me feeling grateful and inspired.”
—Kevin Kruse, Forbes contributor and New York Times bestselling author

HumanKind is a beautiful, sweet reminder of how the simplest act of kindness can have a profound and lasting impact on both the giver and the receiver. It reinforces how compassion, empathy and goodwill are fundamental qualities the world needs now, more than ever.”
—Laura Schroff, #1 New York Times bestselling author of An Invisible Thread