-Well, I'm not about to be ran over, -another girl said sarcastically - but thank you anyway for your spontaneous offer.
She went through the things in her bag and she finally took out a circular coin that looked alike a FBI super secret microchip. I just guessed that she was a spy kid trying to save the world.
-It can be a little favor, though. - She realized that our faces remained astonished. - Ok, I'll explain!
When she had clarified everything, it turned out that I wasn't that wrong (unless for the secret canadian agent pretending to be spanish and about to do a huge break out and save the whole world story I had easily made up). It is a kind of improvement, still. It's the Social Coin.
-Money has benefit humans in social organization and peace, but it has destroyed it, too -she said to us, - and this is willing to change it.
Whoever you gave it to, will offer it another person. That one, to another one. And the chain will be formed. A succession of disinterested favors that will inspire everybody to do a little better.
Each of this coins contains a QR code and a numeric code so you can track down where the coin you once had now is and what it has been through. It also keeps a seed inside, and after 3 months it has been minted, they plant a new tree somewhere. So you can see, this little thing is only fullfilled of great stories.
I first heard about this idea from my friend, who was firmly decided to hand it to some of us, and expand its potential. We were a group of girls from different places, different cities, different friends. Giving it to us would break those boundaries. I couldn't help thinking that that was a genuinely good idea. They are creating a new sequence of kindness actions.
My point is to encourage all of you to spread the goodness with everyone. Regardless of a coin or not. Because giving help is just as pleasant as receiving it. And we all love to be treated nicely.