How many times in one’s life can a person be on the same page at the same time as Lady Gaga? For me that question has an easy answer. Probably, never.
Listen as I observe Lady Gaga doubling down on kindness with Jimmy Fallon.
The kindly cashier. Many times, being kind is just listening and saying just the right thing. It doesn’t to be anything profound, just something that shows you are listening. The cashier at the grocery store has become the only people some people get to speak to during this time of isolation. They have become something akin to a therapist or bar tender.
This episode is about the those battling in the trenches. Those that are risking their lives to save the lives of those infected with this virus. Infections that can be slowed down by limiting our contact with others and taking the recommended precautions of washing hands and spreading germs by social distancing.
The first of what will be several addressing the kindness of or to the essential workers that must still work onsite for the benefit of the rest of us.
This episode involves Shirley who discovered the kindness of worker at BJ's that goes above and beyond her role and becomes a level to which we all should be grateful of aspire to emulate.
In episode 2 we talked about the battlefield that is the grocery store. This episode is similar. It is a bridge too far. A reach for many. A stretch of the norms that have become our communication methods.