Thursday was a very busy day on my barefoot journey. Most interestingly, I had an interview with a newspaper from San Francisco and a radio station from the Netherlands. The message is spreading around the world!
I also received some encouraging words. Daniel Kruse, all the way from Berlin, Germany, sent me some very nice words on Facebook: “You amaze me! Good luck and keep your feet warm.” That’s a good idea, Daniel! Thankfully, it’s supposed to be warm on Friday and on the weekend in Toronto.
I also heard from Shazia Jetha, who wrote to me on Facebook: “I read an article about you in the metro newspaper and I think it’s amazing what your doing and I would love to help… keep up the good work!” Thanks Shazia. Three more barefoot days to go.
Finally, I was contacted by a Pastor based in Germany. Karl-Martin Harms wrote an email to me, saying “I read about you his morning in the newspaper. I was surprised about your activities and I want to say thank you. God bless you!”
Yesterday, I met with Nigel Fisher, President of Unicef Canada, who is also participating in the barefoot challenge. When I came into his office, he already had his shoes off. Unicef Canada does some vitally important work to help children in underdeveloped countries.
For those of you who haven’t, there’s still three more days to get involved. This coming weekend, you can take off your shoes and won’t have to worry about teachers or bosses questioning your fashion choices.
So what are you waiting for? Visit www.makingchangenow.com now and add your name to the thousands around the world who are going barefoot. Speak to you soon!
“Together We Can Make A Difference”