Why Do Good?

My office has a reputation for putting out pretty cool holiday cards.  Some of them take some pretty significant time to develop – think a couple hundred hours for the interactive game.  This year, we decided to take that time and put it toward something more charitable.  But we still wanted to include something a little creative for the holiday message in our e-newsletter, so we were all asked to submit an image, not necessarily a photograph, of what doing good means to us.  At first I had no idea how to represent that feeling visually.  Then, I asked myself, what are the reasons that I do good?  And one of them was: I do good things with the hope of instilling that feeling of generosity and caring in my daughter, like my parents did for me.

And so, I used this photo for the card this year:

Why do you do good?

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One Response to Why Do Good?

  1. Amy says:

    Love this photo! And the photo of you on your company’s card is GORGEOUS. What a looker you are. ;)

    I try to do good in order to remind myself that I’m connected to every other person on this planet, no matter where we live or what we do for a living or what language we speak.

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