By Colleen Sell
A suite of inspirational tales highlights the lives of people that make a distinction within the lives of others, from the lady who overcame her family to turn into a singer to the six-year-old who ran in a five-kilometer cross-country race.
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To be honest, I needed it as much as my son did. For a year, grief had colored our world in monochromatic drabness. There was an inability to appreciate the present—which seemed to have become, more and more, just an unattractive stepchild to the past. The day we took the ride on the Beast, we had walked down to lower Manhattan to meet one of my friends for lunch. We then went to Wall Street and finally made our way past the Towers. We watched the people for awhile. They seemed busy and confident and purposeful.
She could not believe that so many people would help her and that her boss would do something so incredible for her. She wondered aloud how she would ever be able to thank Chuck and all those amazing people. Suddenly, a corporation was not a nameless, faceless entity; it was a community of caring people, each with a face, a heart, a name, and a little bit of time and love to share. Chuck smiled and said, “Somebody had to do something. You need to see your daughter grow up. I need you to get well and run the best darn pharmacy the chain has.
Somebody’s got to do something! ” I cried. “We have gotten too big for that. It wouldn’t be legal. But trust me, Beth, I am working on a solution. ” And so I did. I poured out my heart to a large, faceless corporation. I pleaded with them to help, to please do something. I appealed to them on behalf of Donna’s eight-year-old daughter. I told them they could do nothing, of course, and just let her die. I’d learned from my mother how to use guilt; I had no shame. I begged and reasoned and cajoled and dared them to step up to the plate for their seriously ill twenty-year employee.