Why does it matter that I feel I can now go into work without make-up?
Well, today, 79-year-old Margaret-Barbara called into my radio talk show. It took her a few tries, because she says she's "handicapped" and has "tremors." Dialling is difficult.
"I need help. I don't know what I need," she says.
She has beaten cancer THREE times. Still, this is THE hardest thing she's ever had to go through.
She doesn't have anyone taking care of her.
Within minutes, I had too many people offering their help.
Another woman calls in. She's taking care of her 100-year-old mother. She needs a very specific bandage for an ailment on her foot.
Within 60-seconds, I have a medical professional offering his help.
A man who suddenly finds himself without money or hope reaches out.
A few minutes later, I have people reaching out to him. And these are but A FEW of THE MANY people we were able to find help through a radio talk show.
So why does it matter that I went into work without make-up?