27 Jan intended consequences
A story on the radio
A restaurant in Haiti, Munchies Pizza (spelling?), too expensive for most Haitians, realized all of their food was going to spoil. They opened their doors and started feeding people until the food ran out. Local businesses, started bringing food to the restaurant and they kept feeding until that food ran out. The owner’s brother in law, Bailey, packed a truck full of food in the Dominican Republic and drove it over. The restaurant is now feeding 1000 people a day. There is now a facebook page to continue to feed people.Â The business owners says he didn’t intend for this to happen from his food decision and it is giving him hope. A new purpose in life.
Unintended consequence of being pragmatic. Beautiful.
In the work I do, I often have unintended consequence that are seeds for my inner critic.Â I so wish there was some drug out there that would REMOVE my inner critic from my head for just 10 minutes.Â Unintended consequences aren’t always bad.. they just sometimes feel bad when they happen.
ps: No matter how much I google the story, I can’t find it. If you do – let me know.
GeorgePosted at 10:11h, 27 January
GeorgePosted at 10:13h, 27 January
EmilyPosted at 10:32h, 27 January
Hi! Here is a link from the NPR website with the story: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=122989207 My company matches any donations made to the Haitian earthquake, and I am going to try to find a way to donate to Muncheez!!
MaiaPosted at 13:10h, 27 January
I found a couple of articles:
and here is their FB page