In my own words: thank you

To the Editor:

“Thank- you.” How many of us say “thank you” to our Higher Power before we rest at night? Why not be generous toward their feelings because someone out there is suffering each minute of the day. A kind gesture can reach a wound that only compassion can heal. Why not be content within ourselves in what we have done and be proud of who we today, not how we were? At the end of day is it amazing to be touched by someone who understands us freely. Magnificently, how often we say “thank you” without even acknowledging anything in return. In our walks of life, our style, our culture, our work there are people who sputter our flaws, or weakness and our pain but will love us solely because of registering thank you without a mumble. “Thank-you” may be the best possible version of feelings both inside and out.

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Ken Ross


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