Sometimes it's the littlest things that have the biggest impact.
You don't have to have millions of dollars to start some major philanthropic organization to make a difference in peoples lives. You get the chance every day, you just have to take it.
Heard about this manager of a restaurant, Sue, who got one of those chances. It started with this phone call "This is going to be a very strange request."
It turns out that Cook's grandmother is dying of cancer. She had a specific request for her grandson: She wanted a bowl of clam chowder while she could still eat solid food, which would not be for much longer.
There was one problem. Clam chowder was only served on Fridays. Sue made it anyway, and got it to her just in time.
It's not a big deal in the whole scheme of things. But, to that Grandma and her Grandson it meant a lot. It was the last physical meal she ate.
It's just the littlest things.
What's something little that someone did for you that has made all the difference?