Operation Beautiful

Operation Beautiful: spreading positivity one note at a time

Katie Hinderer | 01 February 2010
Recently a post-it note popped up on a high school bathroom mirror. In simple script it read “When the world says ‘Give In’ stay strong. You are a fighter. YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL. Have a great day.” This is just one of thousands such notes working to spread positivity around the world through Operation Beautiful.
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