Louise Harrison began to describe the "Harrison hug" as a philosophy her parents instilled, "the more love you give the more you get back." She had come to honor the movement, give a warm embrace to each (in 2004 a woman told her of passing on the “hug” in 17 different countries) and say very clearly that if George were still around he would be here as well. "I mean let's face it George was the first one to do a concert (For Bangladesh) to help people." She continued feverishly signing posters for people saying, "if it helps people, it's worth doing."
As she was leaving a car pulled and a woman poked her head out and called out "Hey Lou, Dhani's here for you."
One can never claim to "know" how a person would have reacted to events after they've gone. For some reason Louise Harrison was purposeful in stating over and over to everyone present that George would have loved this. Insofar as a sister can speak for her deceased brother I'm giddy, deeply moved and inspired by her showing and the conviction with which she spoke. And to hear straight from the mouth of George Harrison's sister the same thing I believed last month after watching the documentary well, that's a serendipity I'll never forget.