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October 01, 2008

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Dr. Nicole Sundene

Great list and timely! I especially like the last part. Everyone is very significant and the more we can all work together, the better and stronger the individual. I know the person that hands me my coffee in the morning and tells me to have a great day sure has an impact on my life! :D

BrightDays

Great post HL,
Found this link over at Gretchin's Happiness Project, and I just wanted to tell you that you should continue to add them. This was helpful and tied in perfectly with her post. Plus it was just a great message. :0)

Animal

This rabbi says that "Words written from the heart, enter the heart" is not from the Talmud. I'm assuming the same is true of the "Words spoken" version too.

http://ohr.edu/ask_db/ask_main.php/260/Q1/

Doesn't mean it's not nice and I commend him for being honest.

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