Posted by Sasha Dichter
Watching an idea grow, seeing someone else take it places you didn’t know it could go.
I’ve already shared the wonderful Jubilee Project video for Generosity Day, which magically captured how Generosity Day is fundamentally about reconnecting to love and genuine human connection – on Valentine’s Day and every other day. I watched it again last night after the dust had settled and I like it more each time I watch it.
But I never would have imagined anyone passing out croissants in the streets of London. I never would have imagined someone sharing, so openly and honestly, the actual struggle of giving away 10 Starbucks gift cards. I never would have imagined someone telling a woman in her 80s how beautiful she is, and making that woman cry.
I’m thankful for all the stories I’ve heard, and I know they are just a fraction of the stories there are to tell thanks to the work we did together to spread this idea and to challenge ourselves and our own perceived boundaries and limitations.
Let’s keep pushing (and pass the croissants!). Watch video