Say Hello

ED, PHILADELPHIA

Retired

Says hello because he’s a nice person.

He’d like to say hello to you and Nostradamus.

EVIE, PHILADELPHIA

Wants to be an ice hockey player when she grows up.

Says hello because she’s really glad to see you.

She’d like to say hello to her family and friends.

CHARLIE, NEW JERSEY

Artist

Says hello to acknowledge people. (And to let people know he’s on the other end of the telephone.)

He’d say hello to all the members of The Dead. (Because it’s too hard to pick just one.)

 

ARIELLA, PHILADELPHIA

Wants to be a tennis player when she grows up.

Says hello because she’s glad to meet you.

She’d like to say hello to all the people she knows.

TOM, PHILADELPHIA

Painter

Philadelphia by way of DC

Says hello to acknowledge people and let them know he’s there.

He’d like to say hello to everybody – because everybody should be kind and courteous.

RACHEL, DELAWARE COUNTY, PA

Student (and directionally gifted human)

Says hello because she likes to cheer people up.

She’d like to say hello to Chef Gordon Ramsay – even though he’s always yelling. In the interviews with his son (she says), he is super nice.

CARLEA, PHILADELPHIA

PECO Energy Education

Says hello because you never know what someone may be going through, and it just may be thing that turns their day around.

“I don’t care if you were nasty to me the last time, I’m going to say hello,” she says about a recent SEPTA Busdriver.

She’d like to say hello to her husband.

 

MIKE, CONSHOHOKEN, PA

Computer Engineer

Says hello to be polite.

He’d like to say hello to John Lennon.

JENNAH, PHILADELPHIA

Artist

Says hello to greet all people.

She’d like to say hello to her cousin’s in Germantown.

PETE, PHILADELPHIA

University Administrator

Says hello because it creates opportunities to connect with other people. And those connections open up doors. And those doors open up possibilities. And those possibilities lead to joy… that wouldn’t have otherwise been there!

He’d like to say hello to Tim Ferriss, Author of The 4-Hour Work Week. Changed his life (for the better)!

JAMES, PHILADELPHIA

Insurance Agent

Says hello because it’s always a nice thing to do. Plus, it’s a great way to find out how they are doing.

He’d like to say hello to his wife Shazz and his Spidey (yet sleepy) son Justin.

JON, PHILADELPHIA

Lead Muralist, How Philly Moves

Recognized as one of the nation’s best public arts projects by Americans for the Arts and second largest mural in the world.

Says hello to acknowledge someone’s existence.

He’d like to say hello to Artist, Chuck Close – because he’s awesome!