Worth Our Weight: The Taste of Compassion

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June 27, 2012

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Worth Our Weight: The Taste of Compassion

Nowadays people know the price of everything and the value of nothing.

– Oscar Wilde –

Worth Our Weight: The Taste of Compassion

“I glance down at my GPS to make sure this is where we want to be and in doing so I almost pass my destination. There it is tucked away to the left, sandwiched between two homes: Worth our Weight (W.O.W). The whimsical name brings to mind a weight-loss program or some sort of preemptive apologetic reassurance for long lines. This restaurant has neither. The front is clean, simple and inviting, with large colorful posters on the front window explaining the mission of W.O.W.” So begins one couple’s encounter with an intriguing restaurant. One where there are no prices on the menu, and where much more than food is being served. { read more }

Be The Change

This short film offers a glimpse into the workings of another inspiring “pay-it-forward” restaurant. { more }

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