Our world lost one of its true Go-Givers this past weekend as actor, philanthropist, race-car enthusiast/driver/entrepreneur and humanitarian, Paul Newman succumbed to cancer at the age of 83.
I never met him and only saw a few of his many movies. As great an actor as he was, his legacy is what he gave to the world: love, kindness and charity.
In fact, every time you and I buy his terrific salad dressing or other Newman products, someone in need benefits.
Interesting; in a world of egos and a lack of graciousness, where stories about rude and arrogant celebrities abound, we never heard a negative word about this man.
I also loved how he edified his wife, Joanne Woodward, always speaking about her with such love and respect.
Yep . . . our world lost a good man; a true Go-Giver.
How do you remember Mr. Newman? Please feel free to share your thoughts.