JASON: Last week, we started something new here. We’re ending every program on what we call the EIB High Note. It’s a nod to Rush’s eternal belief in the power of ordinary people doing great things, and today’s High Note is about Good Deeds Day. That was yesterday, April 11th. It started as one woman’s idea in Israel in 2007.
It has now spread to 108 countries, with millions of people joining together — without government telling them what to do — to volunteer and do acts of kindness and make great changes in the world. This year’s theme is reconnecting with lots of good deeds focused on the elderly, which have been so isolated.
To see what different countries did yesterday, including the United States, head over to RushLimbaugh.com.