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Free Hugs, free smiles, free happiness and good feelings
In a world where bad news is flashed instantly and incessantly onto TV screens and into our consciousness, it’s good to see a rare ray of sunshine come shining in. This worldwide video campaign is one of those rays. Go ahead, let yourself feel good.
The Hugging Man To Give Stranger a Kidney
Juan Mann started the Free Hugs campaign, and he is donating one of his own kidneys to a complete stranger, a Yahoo report stated Sunday.
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A Video, What started as a small free hug campaign, has grown into a global phenomenon.
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