If you haven’t heard about this sweet little Christmas surprise given by a group of Canadians ( from Toronto Marketing company Zulu Alpha Kilo TTC and ) to the full time subway busker Mr. Guzman . we promise this story will put a smile on your face.
November 26, 2019 Morning at King Street Subway station.
Mr Guzman , 26 a Full time busker with pet Milo ( Beagle Dog) by his side, started his day off singing the Motown traditional “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)” . As he began to sing a group of people started walking in and dropping $20, $50 and $100 notes in his guitar. In the video below you can see, Mr Guzman turns emotional as he watches this.
“What is happening right now?” he asks.
All the folks who gathered there cheered around Guzman and few young ladies stepped ahead and started dancing to his song. Guzman addressed the group as soon after he finished singing.
“I just recently had my daughter, she’s like three months old. Just doing my thing as a first time dad and honestly thank you. I’m at a loss for words, I’ve never had an experience like this. I feel truly blessed,” he said.”
This beautiful initiative is by the team of Toronto Marketing company Zulu Alpha kilo who wishes to do good deeds for Holidays.When the team reached out to the TTC to find a Busker who could use this help, it didn’t take much time for the TTC professionals to recognize Mr. Morad Guzman who has been busking for the last 5 years and this is not the first time Guzman is getting camera attention.
Briefly about Guzman, 26 . He is an amazingly talented and self-taught musician who followed his strong passion for music and started his own business, “Golden Boy Music,” providing “high-quality entertainment service for a variety of functions.” Serving as the creative director, Guzman has performed at several functions and facilitated drum circles for teams in public and private events.
After busking on the streets of Toronto for a while, Guzman heard about the TTC Musicians Program, but discovered that they do not accept percussion performers. Excited that he had more reason to build his guitar and singing skills, he scored an audition because he was one of the first people to apply in person.
February 2018, Can culture has done an article about this talented busker TTC Musicians: How Morad Guzman connects with commuters.
How great is it that our random acts of kindness and good deeds can make someone else’s entire day? Even though our weather is cold, Canadians have a warm heart .Reports says that, More than 60 per cent of Canadian workers will get some kind of reward from their employer this holiday season.
Kindness is Contagious and a little act of kindness can go a long way, If you agree, Do share this post and write us your opinion. Let it inspire more people come forward with beautiful acts of kindness during this Holiday season.