Today a few of us set out to make the world a little brighter. TAKE SOME LOVE my sign said, and most people did.It was a beautiful way to ‘human’ watch. Some people immediately wanted some love, some were a little hesitant and others flat out refused. Each reaction was perfectly fine, although I hope someday the universal response is ‘hell yes I want some love! Muchas gracias!’ Much love, from Allie McKinley, in Barcelona, Spain xXx#wanderlust #barcelona #spain #freelove #loveitout
We picked a spot to sit in the sun while we made and decorated some “Unisciti a Noi. Prendere Una Bolla” signs (Join us and Blow a Bubble signs (i hope). We then picked a spot where lots of people were passing, near the Verona Stadium (a cool Colosseum style ancient building)
Katerina’s idea to try Take a Smile outside the Immigration Office in Barcelona was a spark of genius! Many people came out of that building looking fed up, and we lifted their spirits by inviting them to take a smile. I’m sure there were also many who had recently arrived in the country, and its a lovely thought that we helped shape their first impressions in a positive way
Take a smile:) its simple right? But people can’t believe that someone is doing this just to make others feel better. So when you are passing and you see people with big poster saying “TAKE A SMILE” who ask you to take one, what do you do? Smile, right? It’s so simple and easy.