Getting what you paid for?
Seth Godin mentions an article written by PSFKabout a cafe in Japan that serves you what the person before you ordered and paid for. Then the person behind you receives what you bought.
What an interesting concept! How many of us have been blessed or burdened because of our progenitors? Although these situations do not determine who we ultimately become, or the amount of success we might achieve, they definitely can influence our path in life.
Our effort to raise money for schools, scholarships and charities is directly ordering for future benefactors. Let’s not get frustrated if previous generations didn’t pave a golden path for us, but let’s make sure that we use this as an opportunity to give.