As I noted last week, we’re near the finish line. We’re all busier than usual – possibly busier than we’d like to be – getting everything we need done for the holidays. So I’ll keep this one brief.
The best thing I saw on the internet this week is this video from ESPN that my friend Kevyn Garcia retweeted. In it, high school wrestler Lucas Lacina battles both his opponent and cerebral palsy to pin his opponent for the win.
We need more of this. As much of this as humanly possible. The issue is that we wait for the monumental moment to take advantage.
We give food to the pantry the week before thanksgiving. We’ll retweet the hell out of this video.
But there are opportunities every day to do it.
Lead by example. Help out a friend (or stranger) in need. These huge acts of kindness are amazing and deserve to get recognized.
But it’s the small, daily moments that can really change the world.
Let’s make this a great week.