Gertrude Barnum was born on September 29, 1866. She was an organizer for the International Ladies’ Garment Workers’ Union and an investigator for the Department of Labor, dedicated to labor reform and safe work practices.
Today’s spell is simple and powerful and a way of walking the talk. When you encounter anyone working today (at the grocery store, at school, at your workplace, etc.), simply say to them, with no explanation and no elaboration:
Thank you for all you do.
The words thank you matter.