“Leave a little behind.”
—Dr. Cornel West, philosopher and academic
Over the Thanksgiving and holiday season, it is common to bring a dish to share if you are invited to someone’s home. This custom of sharing our food is practiced in many cultures and provides for greater connection and community.
Leaving a little bit of the dish with the host is customary, if it’s not all consumed over the course of the meal.
In what other areas of life is the idea of “leaving a little behind” not only an act of generosity but a way of creating a small legacy for those you care for and serve?
Please consider replying to me with any thoughts you may have on the subject.