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The Universe Is Conspiring to Help Us



Whether hitchhiking to work or bicycling across the country, Wired magazine founder Kevin Kelly always found strangers willing to help him. Kelly believes that to be a good giver, you must also know how to receive.


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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am Jay Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Earth Review and the founding editor of Wired Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maverick. He has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

 

When I was in my 20s, I would hitchhike to work every day. I'd walk down three blocks to Route 22 in New Jersey, stick out my thumb and wait for a ride to work. Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning, I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives full of their own worries and yet, without fail, at least one of them would do something generous, as if on schedule. As I stood there with my thumb outstretched, the only question in my mind was simply, "How will the miracle happen today?"

 

Shortly after that job, I took my wages and split for Asia. I've lost track of the number of generous acts aimed at me there, but they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle.

 

I have developed a belief about what happens in these moments and it goes like this: Kindness is like a breath. It can be squeezed out, or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger takes a certain state of openness. If you are lost or ill, this is easy, but most days you are neither, so embracing extreme generosity takes some preparation. I learned to think of this as an exchange. During the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness, the person being aided offers degrees of humility, indebtedness, surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger.

 

One year I rode my bicycle across America. In the evenings I'd scout houses for a likely yard to camp in. I'd ring the bell and say, "I'd like to pitch my tent tonight where I have permission. I've just eaten dinner, and I'll be gone first thing in the morning." I was never turned away, not once. And there was always more, like an invitation into their home. My job at that moment was clear: I was to relate my adventure, and in the retelling of what happened so far, they would get to vicariously ride a bicycle across America — a thrill they secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of ice cream.

 

When the miracle flows, it flows both ways. With each gift the threads of benevolence are knotted, snaring both giver and recipient. I've only slowly come to realize that good givers are those who learn to receive with grace as well. They radiate a sense of being indebted and a state of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet, most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted.

 

As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soiled the past, broken the heart, hellish the war, I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us — if we will humble ourselves enough to let it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for This I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a Christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you'll also find information on submitting your own statement of belief, joining  the tens of thousands who've accepted that invitation, for This I Believe, I'm Jay Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by Jay Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prudential retirement, sponsor of This I Believe. Prudential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prudential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.

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I believe in mystery ,I believe in family ,I believe in being who I am ,I believe in the power of failure, and I believe normal life is extraordinary ,this I believe .

I am J Alison for this I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the hole for view and funding editor of / Wild Magazine where now holds the title Senior Maveric, he has a farm list for / travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for this I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitch hike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to route 22 in New Jersey,seek out my fun, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I have never late. Each morning I counted on the service ,/ ordinary commuters who had lives for their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous .as if on schedule .

It …I found out stretched ,the only question in my mind was simply how would the miracle happen today. Shortly after that job , I took my wages and escaped for Asia . I've lost track of the mumber of generous acts and meaning there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily tracking miracle. After I developed belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this .Kindness is like a breath, it can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger ,takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But mostly you are neither,so breathing exchange generosity take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness to person being it is offered his degree humility, goodness, surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

one year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camping .I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight when I have permission. I've just ate / dinner and I began to c u in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like invitation into their home . my job at that moment was clear, I would relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to my carelessly ride bicycle across America. As I secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream . when the America flows and flows / both ways, with each gift with threats…both giver and reception. I've only slowly came to realize that good givers were those who learned to receive as grace as well . it really / a sense of being indeded instead of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good of being helpless, humble or indeded. As with my hitch hiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soil the past, broken the heart, helpless the world. I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to lead it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for this I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org, slash this i believe, where you also find information on summit in your own statement of believe, join in the tens of thousands we'll accept that invitation, for this i believe, i'm J Alison.

This i believe is independently produced by J Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viggy Marig.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of this i believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve more secure retirement, prodential retirement will believes matter.

Support for this i believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am J Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and funding editor of Wired Magazine where now holds the title Senior Maveric, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in accompany of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I have never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives for their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous as if on schedule .

As my thumb out stretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'? Shortly after that job , I took my wages and squeeze for Asia . I've lost track of the mumber of generous acts and meaning there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily has tracking miracle. I've developed belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this .Kindness is like a breath, it can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger ,takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But mostly your neither,so breathing exchange generosity take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness to person being it is offered his degree humility, goodness, surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camping .I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight while I have permission. I've just sit for dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I would relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to my carelessly ride bicycle across America. As I secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the America flows and flows both ways, with each gift with threats benevolence both giver and reception. I've only slowly came to realize that good givers were those who learned to receive as grace as well . it really / a sense of being indeded instead of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good of being helpless, humble or indeded. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soil the past, broken the heart, helpless the world. I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to lead it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for this I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org, slash This I Believe, where you also find information on summit in your own statement of believe, join in the tens of thousands we'll accept that invitation, for this i believe, i'm J Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by J Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viggy Marig.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve more secure retirement, prodential retirement will believes matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am J Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and founding editor of Wired Magazine where now holds the title Senior Maveric, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives for their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous as if on schedule .

As my thumb out stretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'? Shortly after that job , I took my wages and squeeze for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts and meaning there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily has tracking miracle. I've developed belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this .Kindness is like a breath, it can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger ,takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But mostly your neither,so in breathing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness to person being it is offered his degree humility, indeedness, surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camping .I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight while I have permission. I've just sit for dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to my carelessly ride bicycle across America. / I secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the America flows and flows both ways, with each gift with threats, benevolence, knottings both giver and recepting. I've only slowly came to realize that good givers were those who learned to receive as grace as well . They really / a sense of being indebted instead of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good of being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soil the past, broken the heart, helliss the wall. I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to lead it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for this I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org, slash This I Believe, where you also find information on summit in your own statement of belief .join in the tens of thousands we'll accept that invitation, for this i believe, i'm J Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by J Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viggy Marig.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve more secure retirement, prodential retirement will believes matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.




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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am J Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and founding editor of Wired Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maveric, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to Route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives for their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous as if it's on schedule .

As I stood, there was my thumb out stretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'? Shortly after that job , I took my wages and squeeze for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts and meaning there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle. I've developed the belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this .Kindness is like a breath, it can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger ,takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But most of case you are neither ,so in breathing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness to person being it is offered his degree humility,indeedness,surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camping .I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight where I have permission. I've just sit for dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like an invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to my carelessly ride bicycle across America. / I secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the miracle flows and flows both ways, with each gift with threats, benevolence,knottings both giver and recepient. I've only slowly become to realize that good givers were those who learned to receive as grace as well . They are really / a sense of being indebted instead of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soil the past, broken the heart, helliss the wall I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to lead it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for this I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you also find information on submitting your own statement of belief .join in the tens of thousands who'll accept that invitation, for this i believe, i'm J Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by J Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prodential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am Jay Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and founding editor of Wired Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maveric, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to Route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives full of their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous, as if it's on schedule .

As I stood there was my thumb outstretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'?

Shortly after that job , I took my wages and split for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts aimed at me there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle. I've developed a belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this:Kindness is like a breath. It can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But most of days you are neither ,so embracing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness ,the person being aided offers his degree of humility,indeedness,surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camp in.I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight where I have permission. I've just eaten dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like an invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to vicariously ride bicycle across America, a thrill they secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the miracle flows ,it flows both ways, with each gift with threats of benevolence are knotted ,snaring both giver and recepient. I've only slowly become to realize that good givers were those who learn to receive as grace as well . They radiate a sense of being indebted and a state of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soiled the past, broken the heart, helliss the wall I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to lead it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for This I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you also find information on submitting your own statement of belief .join in the tens of thousands who'll accept that invitation, for This I Believe, I'm Jay Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by Jay Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prodential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am Jay Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and founding editor of Wild Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maverick, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks,to Route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives full of their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous, as if it's on schedule .

As I stood there with my thumb outstretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'?

Shortly after that job , I took my wages and split for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts aimed at me there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle. I've developed a belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this:Kindness is like a breath. It can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But most days you are neither ,so embracing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness ,the person being aided offers his degree of humility,indeedness,surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camp in.I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight where I have permission. I've just eaten dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like an invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and retelling what happened so far. They would get to vicariously ride bicycle across America, a thrill they secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the miracle flows ,and flows both ways, with each gift with threats of benevolence are knotted ,snaring both giver and recepient. I've only slowly become to realize that good givers were those who learn to receive as grace as well . They radiate a sense of being indebted and a state of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soiled the past, broken the heart, helliss the wall I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to let it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for This I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you'll also find information on submitting your own statement of belief .joining in the tens of thousands who'll accept that invitation, for This I Believe, I'm Jay Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by Jay Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prodential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am Jay Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Review and founding editor of Wild Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maverick, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to walk everyday, and walked down 3 blocks to Route 22 in New Jersey,stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives full of their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous, as if it's on schedule .

As I stood there with my thumb outstretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'?

Shortly after that job , I took my wages and split for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts aimed at me there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle. I've developed a belief about what happens in these moments, it goes like this:Kindness is like a breath. It can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But most days you are neither ,so embracing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness ,the person being aided offers degrees of humility,indebtedness,surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I scout houses for a likely yard to camp in.I ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight would I have permission, I've just eaten dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like an invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and a retelling of what happened so far. They would get to vicariously ride a bicycle across America, a thrill they secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the miracle flows ,and flows both ways, with each gift with threads of benevolence are knotted ,snaring both giver and recepient. I've only slowly come to realize that good givers were those who learn to receive with grace as well . They radiate a sense of being indebted and a state of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soiled the past, broken the heart, helliss the wall I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to let it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for This I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you'll also find information on submitting your own statement of belief .joining in the tens of thousands who'll accept that invitation, for This I Believe, I'm Jay Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by Jay Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prodential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.
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I believe in mystery.
I believe in family .
I believe in being who I am .
I believe in the power of failure.
And I believe normal life is extraordinary.
This I believe .

I am Jay Alison for This I believe .Kevin Kelly is the former editor of the Whole Earth Review and the founding editor of Wired Magazine where he now holds the title Senior Maverick, he has a fondness for travel and he has spent years wandering in the company of strangers,which is where he came to define his belief. Here is Kevin Kelly with his essay for This I believe .

When I was in my 20s,I would hitchhike to work everyday. I'd walk down the 3 blocks to Route 22 in New Jersey, stick out my thumb, and wait for a ride to work.Someone always picked me up, and I was never late. Each morning I counted on the service of ordinary commuters who had lives full of their own worries,and yet without fail, at least one of them would do something generous, as if / on schedule .

As I stood there with my thumb outstretched ,the only question in my mind was simply 'how would the miracle happen today'?

Shortly after that job , I took my wages and split for Asia . I've lost track of the number of generous acts aimed at me there . But they arrived as dependably as my daily hitchhiking miracle. I've developed a belief about what happens in these moments, and it goes like this:Kindness is like a breath. It can be squeezed out or drawn in. To solicit a gift from a stranger takes a certain state of openness ,if you are lost or ill,this is easy. But most days you are neither ,so embracing extreme generosity, take some preparation. Learn to think of this as an exchange ,during the moment the stranger offers his or her goodness ,the person being aided offers degrees of humility,indebtedness,surprise, trust, delight, relief and amusement to the stranger .

One year I rode my bicycle across America, in the evenings ,I'd scout houses for a likely yard to camp in.I'd ring the bell and say I'd like to pitch my tent tonight where I have permission, I've just eaten dinner and I'll be gone the first thing in the morning. I was never turned away ,not once ,and there was always more. Like an invitation into their home . My job at that moment was clear, I was to relate my adventure, and in the retelling of what happened so far. They would get to vicariously ride a bicycle across America, a thrill they secretly desired but would never do. In exchange I would get a place to camp and a dish of icecream .

When the miracle flows ,and flows both ways, with each gift the threads of benevolence are knotted ,snaring both giver and recepient. I've only slowly come to realize that good givers were those who learn to receive with grace as well . They radiate a sense of being indebted and a state of being thankful. As a matter of fact, we are all at the receiving end of a huge gift simply by being alive. Yet most of us are no good at being helpless, humble or indebted. As with my hitchhiking rides, the gift is an extravagant gesture you can count on. No matter how bad the weather, soiled the past, broken the heart, hellish the war I believe all that is behind the universe is conspiring to help us if we were humble ourselves enough to let it.

Kevin Kelly, with his essay for This I believe, which by the way is a condensed version of a Christmas card he sent out this past year. To see it visit our website NPR.org/thisibelieve, where you'll also find information on submitting your own statement of belief, joining / the tens of thousands who've accepted that invitation, for This I Believe, I'm Jay Alison.

This I Believe is independently produced by Jay Alison, Dan Gaderman, John Grogery and Viki Merrick.

Support for NPR comes from prodential retirement sponsor of This I Believe. Prodential believes every worker can achieve a more secure retirement, prodential retirement where beliefs matter.

Support for This I Believe comes from the coorporation for public broadcasting.

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