Kindness Will Save the World Guided Journal
Written By: Dinara Mirtalipova, James Crews
Cultivating kindness is a powerful exercise, proven to have a positive effect on a person's mental health and general well-being. But sometimes in this world, it may be difficult to recognize everyday acts of kindness, or how even small gestures can have a big impact. The perfect companion to James Crews' Kindness Will Save the World: Stories of Compassion and Connection, this journal inspires reflection of kindness in your own life, training you to hold onto your own moments of connection, both past and present, and celebrate the kindnesses you have given and received.

With simple journaling prompts throughout, as well as inspirational stories from James Crews, this guided journal can help anyone, at any age or stage in life, illuminate the practice of kindness and help redefine what true connection and compassion means to them. Because no act of kindness is too small, and every act of kindness really can change the world.

Ideal 5.75” x 8.25” size and durable flexibound format offer plenty of writing space while being small enough to travel easily

Easy to write on archival paper takes pen and pencil nicely with 176 lined, acid-free pages

The perfect companion to Kindness Will Save the World and the perfect addition to any James Crews collection

Beautiful illustrations inspired by the design of Kindness Will Save the World encourage a calming mindset and provide a lovely backdrop for reflection

Journal simply with guided prompts and samples of poetry that make it easy to relieve stress and promote kindness

Award-winning Author: James Crews is an award-winning poet and writer. His work has been awarded the Prairie Schooner Prize and Cowles Prize. He has also been featured in The New York Times Magazine, The New Republic, Ploughshares, and The Sun Magazine
Format: Softbound
Publication Date: 4/2/2024
ISBN: 9798887620060
Pages: 176
Trim Size: 5.75 x 8.25 x .7

  • About the Author 
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Dinara Mirtalipova, Artist: Dinara Mirtalipova is a self taught illustrator/designer. Born and raised in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, she eventually landed in snowy Ohio. Dinara studied Computer Science at the Tashkent State University of Economics, however her true passion was always patterns and illustration. Raised in Soviet Uzbek culture, Dinara inhabited Uzbek/Russian folklore that still influences her work.

For more work please visit or follow on Instagram @mirdinara for more behind scene process.

James Crews, Author: James Crews is the editor of several bestselling books, including The Path to Kindness and How to Love the World, which has over 100,000 copies in print, and speaks and leads workshops on kindness, mindfulness, and writing for self-compassion. He lives with his husband on forty rocky acres in the woods of Southern Vermont. For more info, visit: