Make my day

Even if our movement is restricted, there are countless opportunities to have an impact on another persons mood

I think sometimes about this phrase, “made my day” — that we have the power, with our words and with all kinds of small gestures like that. Even somebody being really nice in a checkout line, or you being nice to somebody in a checkout line, after the last two people were really rude to them. And you watch a transformation take place that you made — that their day was getting broken, and you made. What an incredible power we have, to walk through the world, making somebody’s day.

Krista Tippett, On Being Blog, in conversation with Ross Gay

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