From his grandfather, Fares learns that he – and everyone else — has an invisible bucket. He watches his metaphoric bucket empty and fill as the day unfolds through his interactions with his sister, his friends and his classmates.
He discovers that when his bucket is full, he feels great. When it’s empty, he feels awful. Gradually, Fares learns how to fill his own bucket and those of others through acts of kindness and acceptance.
What if each of us had an imaginary bucket, which fills with drops when others treat us kindly and we reciprocate, and gets empty when we offend them with our words and actions?Read More