#InfiniteWorthWednesday is a great way to start 6 days of activities at the end of November. On the Wednesday before Thanksgiving, when you are saying goodbye to co-workers, colleagues, friends, neighbors, or fellow students, and wishing them a Happy Thanksgiving, try telling one person they have infinite worth. Encourage them to tell another person they have infinite worth. As you travel to your Thanksgiving Day destination, tell someone that you encounter that their value is immeasurably or exceedingly great, unlimited, unbounded, boundless, endless.
On Thanksgiving Day, try telling someone you gather with that they have infinite worth. Even if they are family. Even if they haven’t always acted or spoken like a person of infinite worth. Respect the infinite worth of each attendee.
On Black Friday, when you are amongst the throngs of shoppers, challenge yourself to tell at least one stranger that day that they have infinite worth. Perhaps it’s the frazzled retail clerk who would rather be home with his family or the impatient person in front of you in a long line. In the Black Friday frenzy, certainly conduct yourself as a person of infinite worth who is surrounded by people of infinite worth.
On Small Business Saturday, when you are shopping locally, tell a store owner, manager, or worker that they have infinite worth. Thank them for being a vital part of your community.
On Cyber Monday, order a gift to surprise someone who has infinite worth. When you (or Amazon) delivers the gift, be sure to include “You have infinite worth” in your words or on a message to the recipient.
On Giving Tuesday, give your time, talents, resources, and/or money to a favorite charity. Be sure to let at least one recipient know they have infinite worth. Don’t forget to remind the not-for-profit employees and volunteers that they have infinite worth too. Tell them you are thankful for the giving work they do.