We run, we go from one place to another, we hurry and many times … we do not even look at what happens outside of our being, our problems and our circumstances.
The daily maelstrom, and even more so in times of coronavirus where we are isolated and afraid, taking care of the approach to the other, it makes us increasingly easy to ignore the beauty of the small, of the simple that is around us.
We are so absorbed, so above ourselves, that we lose our attention in the thousands of beautiful things that happen next to us “busy life“However beautiful things, beautiful moments They are, they continue to happen, and every so often we wipe our eyes, wake up, and see one that brightens the day.
That happened to Luis Zambonini, partner of Mc Donalds en Cuyo, food engineer, and president of Endeavor Cuyo. He is an enthusiastic promoter of entrepreneurship and is in fact an active mentor of entrepreneurs in the local ecosystem. Perhaps while you had a meeting, or sat down for five minutes for a coffee, you witnessed a moment that moved you and that you decided to tell on Twitter.
“15:02 An old lady sits at the tables outside República in Palmares . She’s alone, “Luis begins by recounting.” At no time does he take off his disposable chinstrap, the light blue one. She follows the music from the mall, tapping her fingers on the table and from what little the mask shows, she is smiling. “
“When the girl approaches, she greets her kindly. She asks her what she is going to want and tells her that she already has paid for the coffee. Why? The octogenarian asks her, surely already vaccinated. ‘The coffee is paid because the man who was Before, sitting at this same table, he invited her. He says it reminds him of his grandmother. ‘It moved me, “Zambonini closed.
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