1) What happened?
2) How did you feel?
3) How did the person or people react?
4) Did you ask the person or people involved to "pay it forward"? How did the person or people react to this?
5) If you did not ask the person or people to pay it forward, how come?
I served food to people from my church and also people not from my church. As I served the food people smiled at me and thanked me for it. It felt great to know that I was helping my church for a good cause. The person in charge of the event was grateful that I had volunteered for the event. When I asked her if she would "pay it forward", she gave me a funny look and asked what that was. I explained it to her, and she said that she would pay it forward and not forget.
The question is: Can one person make a difference? My answer to that would have to be YES, of course one person can make a difference, it doesn't have to big or life changing, as long as you do something good and it makes the person you did it for happy, and that's all that matters.
That was how I did my "Pay it Forward" over the holiday's.