Designer Laura Handler of Interesting Found Objects spotted this scrawled sign in the window of a Manhattan dry cleaner. The owners identified something they have that would be useful to someone looking for work: a clean set of clothes. They also stated their simple philosophy. Beautiful. Generous.
It reminded us reminded us of Mohammed Ali’s fierce and brilliant rant against the word ‘impossible:
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Love this…been saying it all my life, but definitely not so eloquently!! Thanks!