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If you missed Caleb's talk, click on this link to hear it & then go and practice random acts of kindness! Click HERE Sergeant
Caleb Magnan of the U.S. Army shares about the Power of Kindness at work in his
life at the upcoming “Citizens for Peace” meeting in April.
home from deployment from Iraq, he was a changed man. The person before his mission was not the
same person who came back. Abroad he had
an eye-opening experiencing from day one that impacted his life forever. He saw both good and bad things, which made
him a completely different human being.
Caleb went from negative to positive, almost overnight, and has never
looked back since by striving to do at least one act of kindness every day he’s
my time overseas, I am a lot more patient, kind and forgiving. I would never give others the time of day, but
now, after being exposed to a path of humility, I make an attempt daily to
brighten at least one person’s day through my actions.”
Magnan enlisted in the United Stated Military back in 2007 and is still
currently serving in the Army National Guard.
He resides in Chesterfield, Michigan with his fiancé, daughter and son.
hear his transformational experience at the April 8th meeting at 7
pm. It is free and open to the public.
giving a brief presentation will be The Peace Alliance’s National Field
Director, Dan Kahn. The Peace Alliance
works to promote leading-edge peacebuilding tools, through legislative
advocacy, public education, and community mobilization.
and Student Peace Alliance Coordinator Sally Kaplan are traveling to promote
the formation of Peace Alliance Action Teams – citizen groups creating
political will for peacebuilding breakthroughs through the power of