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In "Wonderful Welcome," a Tapestry of Faith program
Kinds of Kindness
The two Chinese characters in Leader Resource 1 are pronounced "ren" and "ci" in Mandarin. Together they describe someone performing a kind action. Another word for "kindness" in Mandarin is "shan," which describes a more passive sort of kindness, a quality of someone who is innocent of hurtful intentions.
The game, Dragon Families, was adapted from an activity presented on the Unitarian Universalist Youth Office website, Deep Fun.
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Last updated on Sunday, November 9, 2014.
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