The other day in my comic shop, I had a young boy, I'd say he was about 11 or 12, come in and admitted he had no money but wanted to look at the new "Death of Wolverine" comics. I pointed them out to him and then went on taking care of business.
A few minutes later his dad popped his head in the door and said, "let's go son".
The boy begged his dad to let him stay just a few minutes longer so he could look at the comics, but dad wasn't having it.
I could tell he really wanted to read them, so on the spur of the moment I picked up the two comics and handed them to him and said. "Here you go, today's your lucky day, they're my gift to you, enjoy!"
His face lit up and he grinned from ear to ear. He was thrilled. All the way to the door he kept turning and saying, "thank you".
After he left, I must say that I was smiling too. I had just given someone a "lucky" day and that felt good.
A few weeks ago, my Sweetie was in a hurry and decided to run through the drive thru and grab a coffee and a burger on the go. He said the young lady waiting on him seemed so genuinely nice and had such a nice smile, that when she handed him his change he handed her $5 as a gift.
Sweetie said, "you know, $5 isn't that much money but you'd have thought it was by the way her face lit up, and it made me feel so good. That's a lot of feeling good for just $5."
When he told me how good it felt for him to make someone's day, I confessed I occasionally leave a dollar bill laying on the table in the post office just so someone will find it and feel "lucky".
I know that when I find money, I feel lucky. So, I'm passing on the thrill and it thrills me to know I'm making someone's "lucky" day.
That's a lot of feel good bang for a buck.
I've said it before, we get what we give and when we give it, it's ours.
Want to feel "lucky" today? Make someone else feel lucky.
This can be as easy as leaving coins or a dollar laying somewhere for someone to find. If you don't have any extra cash, leave a note.
- You are loved.
- The Angels are with you.
- Life is good.
- All is well.
You can leave a note anywhere. It could be inside the front page of the next newspaper on the stack. Inside a magazine in the doctor's waiting room, etc.
I'm sure if you begin looking for ways to make others feel blessed and "lucky", you'll soon be feeling blessed and lucky yourself.
Go ahead, make someone's lucky day!
Write and let me know all about it. I love hearing good news.
Love and Luck,
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