Pictures That Speak Volumes #74

There is nothing more precious than seeing the pure innocence and joy of a youngster. This photo is a terrific image of a little toddler enjoying his furry little friend. It really does make you think what people would be like…as they get older…if they still had this kind of total happiness and joy throughout […]

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Changing the World Through Kindness

One of my favorite TV shows that I used to enjoy watching when I was a kid, was about this friendly, caring and compassionate man who loved to share the good things in life and his positive personal thoughts with us kids…Mr. Fred Rogers, host of “Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood”. He always had this kind and […]

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God Bless Our Troops!

There is nothing in this world that I respect more than the people who represent our country in the armed services. The courage, valor and bravery is unmatched by anything civilians like me can ever imagine.  It is fascinating to me when I hear stories of how people in the military go above and beyond […]

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Seven Essential Rules For A Happy Life

I saw this list the other day of the seven things that will help a person to become a happier and healthier individual. While some of these rules may seem simple, in truth, they need consistent commitment and dedication each day.  It is also interesting to review each rule and try to determine two things…how […]

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The Wisdom of Mother Teresa

How often each day do you really think about helping people that you meet or spend time with each day? Or is your primary focus primarily in determining how much you receive from others? Today’s short story, in which read on kluth.org, is about one of the most humble and caring people that the world […]

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The Little Angel

There are times in our lives when we all get depressed, down on ourselves, and wonder why we were put into a situation that may seem so unfair or cruel. I recently came across the following short story written by Helen Down on Life if Hope that is a terrific reminder why we shouldn’t focus […]

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One Dollar and Eleven Cents

Every once in a while, I come across a story that renews my faith in miracles. The following true story is an example of how miracles just “don’t happen” but come from a higher being. Tess was a precocious eight year old when she heard her Mom and Dad talking about her little brother, Andrew. […]

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