Pay It Forward
Australian barbers Teresa Reed and Danielle Hannah hope to give at least 1,000 haircuts by the end of the year.
"I'm proud to be part of that," Mark Hill says.
The last Thursday in April marks International Pay It Forward Day, a celebration of altruism and the good of humanity.
That’s no chump change.
I'm not a spiritual leader, nor a millionaire, nor a person with several fancy degrees from world-renowned schools. I run a small nonprofit and I'm a local politician focused on education issues. And despite my failures and my station in life, I love the man I've become.
The problem is the unconscious contagion, when we are not even aware of the "virus" that is making us react like that. We are retaliating from an invisible aggressor that threatened us somewhere else, and projecting our reaction on the next person we talk to.
Many were tickled pink by the sweet gesture.
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Who knew the sweetest pay-it-forward story would involve Brian Urlacher?
Let's just all come together and loudly and proudly make a commitment that we will be one part of the very big village we know it takes to raise a healthy, happy child.
As we near the middle of January and get back into the flow of our busy lifestyles the wonderful kindness and opportunities to spread the 'Christmas Spirit' can easily be forgotten and pushed to the back of our minds until December descends again. But just stop.