You Make a Difference in My Life — Thank you!
Posted by Second Chance to Live on November 27, 2009
Hello and welcome back to Second Chance to Live. I am happy to see that you decided to stop by to visit with me. Today is Thanksgiving and I wanted to thank you for being a part of my journey. I am honored by your presence. Thank you for being who you are my friend.
My Mom recently sent me an email that has been a tremendous blessing to me. In the email, I was encouraged to watch a short inspirational movie. I am so glad that I took the time to watch the movie. Consequently, I would encourage you to take a few minutes to watch this short movie — because you make a difference in my life.
After you have watched the movie — as I was encouraged — I encourage you to share the movie with the people who make a difference in your life.
The movie was created by Mary Robinson Reynolds and her husband Craig. Thank you Mary and Craig. You both make a difference in my life.
The link to their movie is here.
Never underestimate the power of kindness.
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