Friday would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 92nd birthday and today the US celebrated his holiday. The Happiness Box Project lives by Dr. King’s philosophy that I do not judge the person by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character. The Happiness Box Project also believes in Dr. King’s following quote as well:
This year my full-time job gave us this Federal holiday off. In the past, we never did, but they are doing away with floating holidays. However, the wellness meeting was still held today and I presented my Happiness Box Project. Only me, Tasha, Dr. Jen, and someone else was in attendance.
Needless to say, Zoom bloopers! Yesterday I was chatting with Claire and Christina and Christina suggested I take photos of the contents of the Happiness Box, so I did. I talked about the Happiness Box and when I tried to share the pictures, the audience could only see the thumbnails. Unfortunately, with Zoom, I think I could only share one thing and I shared that document. I had no idea how to change it.
Oh well, we laughed it off and I explained the photos and the project. I suggested to start, they could always write week by week or month by month. The Jar was my practice, and since I like to write, I like writing every day. I also journal reflections at the end of the month, and then I write articles at the end of the year.
Tasha and Dr. Jen loved my project and Tasha recorded our session for other employees to watch. My Happiness Box Project is becoming famous!
Happy Martin Luther King Jr. Day, dear readers! Let me end this post on this note: