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Many years ago, a French poet named...

...Jacques Prévert happened to meet a blind beggar in the street. 

Jacques asked him how things were going. 

Bad, the beggar replied – he hadn’t heard a single coin land in his hat all day. 

Jacques, a poor writer, didn’t have cash to spare, but he offered to write a sign that explained the beggar’s situation. 

2-weeks later, the men met again. 

Things had radically improved. Folks are way more generous these days, the beggar said, and his hat was always full. 

So what did Jacques write on the beggar’s sign? “Spring is coming, but I won’t see it.” 

Why did this help make people more generous? 

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