Going to the office today, and joining him at an extra desk in his office, I was immediately served fresh spearmint hot-tea'ish-drink, ginger biscuits, and the best chocolate, I have tasted for a very long time. And greeted with this smile.
At the train station, on my way to the Global Mindset office, a young handicapped man asked me if I would hold his hand, while walking down the stairs to the train, and to the nearest bench. It felt a little strange, and quite intimate suddenly holding hands with a complete stranger, and at the same time very natural and quite nice.
"Maybe...", I thought on my way back home late this afternoon, "..that's actually how it works; You give a little care and attention at one place, and receive a whole lot in return somewhere else!?"
I kinda like that thought; "Think about it; what if care is actually passed on from one person to the next the entire day, all over Copenhagen, or anywhere else, and then crossing borders - back and forth".
....Well that's how I spend my trip back home. Daydreaming about a chain reaction like that ;-)
And to be honest, I actually don't know, which I liked the most. The giving or the receiving part today, but both definitely qualified for my gratitude of today.