Active gratitude is the feeling you get when a stranger does something nice for you without expecting anything in return. While both are beneficial for our health, there is a statistically significant, positive correlation between active gratitude and pro-sociality (r = 0.374), that is not present with passive gratitude. In other words, random acts of kindness trigger other random acts of kindness to other people, which is both good for us and good for society.
Is it really better to give than to receive? Data science says yes
The role of data management techniques during COVID-19: 4 examples
Nancy Rausch shares 4 examples of the role data management techniques play in responding to COVID-19.