Buddy, can you spare a dime?
How about seven minutes?
is a short film that has a profound, heart-touching message about the importance of GIVING, and the true value of wealth. It’s a beautiful deperiction of how we deeply touch others when we SELFLESSLY give our time, love and kindness.
is about a boy who grew up not liking his father because he believed he was poor, unintelligent and unsuccessful, but his father had a secret. It was only until after his father’s death he discovers the true reach of his father’s generosity towards others and the joy and laughter he brought to others. He finally understands his father’s message to him as a boy, that
“BEING RICH IS NOT ABOUT HOW MUCH YOU HAVE, BUT HOW MUCH YOU GIVE”
I’ve watched the film several times and used it in a couple of presentations I’ve given, and plan to use it in some upcoming ones in March.
It doesn’t matter how many times I watch it.
I tear up
I gulp a little harder
I hear two words that just keep resounding louder and louder above the soft soundtrack. . .
A S H A M E D.
I’m filthy, stinking rich. . .
and aim to become just a little richer than any calculations could ever compute
. . .and even richer, still, tomorrow.
Here’s my invitation: