The New York Times investigates the trend of paying it forward at the drive-through, which some fast-food operators report often happens "several times a day." Calling the practice "goodness gone viral," paying for other drivers' fast food allows the giver to remain completely anonymous in their generosity. Says one serial pay-it-forwarder: "It's about giving, and letting people see not everybody is bad, and there are nice people out there and maybe we can turn it around." [NYT] [Photo: Flickr]
by Erin DeJesus
Building a successful co-op should also be "rooted in justice, equity, and a holistic view of the world"