I have known Alan Questel since 2004. It is inevitable that he has written a book on kindness – kindness emerges from Alan as naturally as breathing; so, when he writes these things, he writes from an embodied knowing – that word…authentic! Alan’s ‘way’ of demonstrating kindness is funny, energetic, smart, vibrant, warm, and generous. And this is where this book makes its unique mark. As we begin to understand more and more about the human brain and its neuroplastic potential, we are coming to realize that Kindness is a well networked function of the brain that is embodied as an ACTION. It is not simply a concept or a trait, a nice thing to talk about or something to wish for or observe. Kindness is a behavior that can be learnt, enhanced, trained. Alan takes you through processes where kindness can emerge from you, you can learn to receive it and you can think it, sense it, feel it, do it! I highly recommend Alan and his lived experience to you. It will be an intentional act of kindness to yourself and to the world if you read this book and enact it!