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July 16, 2022

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Tolu Ilesanmi: Cleaner and Life Artist

We see cleaning not just as a job but as art, as a learning opportunity, a chance to experience the world differently, a chance to clean up our minds and be inspired while cleaning up physical spaces, a chance to move our bodies, a chance to learn humility and be better servant leaders.

– Tolu Ilesanmi –

Tolu Ilesanmi: Cleaner and Life Artist

“Tolulope Ilesanmi was a cleaner. He left banking in Nigeria and came to Montreal, where he did his MBA and then started a company, Zenith Cleaning. Tolu considered everything about that company a mystery its people, its practices, its purpose. He said to himself, I will contemplate this thing with awe and curiosity and gratitude until it is done with me. Eventually he wrote down this sentence: Cleaning is the process of removing dirt from any space, surface, object or subject thereby exposing beauty, potential, truth and sacredness.” Ilesanmi passed away in 2017. This beautiful post pays tribute to his remarkable life and spirit. { read more }

Be The Change

For more inspiration, check out Ilesanmi’s post, “I Am A Cleaner.” { more }

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