generousness


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Somehow it was capped by the never-to-be-forgotten moment when, in a remarkable act of generousness, Sonny Bill Williams gave his medal to a teenage pitch invader.
The generousness of spirit that Coffin's work has often embodied, and which was in surprisingly short supply here, was to be found in Untitled (Pet Store), a speaker mounted on a high stand and set in the middle of the room, where it broadcast a real-time audio feed of the squawking and scuffling of a shop full of friendly fauna--a spatiotemporal connection that opened onto a world beyond the artist's own.
Undoubtedly, there is a difference of opinion between the two major political factions of the country over the level of generousness to accommodate immigrants and asylum-seekers.