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That Smile

While skimming through the shirt racks at the thrift store, my attention was averted by the sight of a senior Hispanic gentleman. He wasn’t one of the regular customers, but I’d seen him once before, perhaps a couple of months … Continue reading

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Neighborly

I feel quite fortunate to live in a neighborhood where many of us know each other as either acquaintances or friends. My across the street neighbor Chuck is one of those type of people who rush to help out people … Continue reading

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Hello!

Hello! Most likely, I’ve just greeted ten people simply by posting today’s blog page. Today is World Hello Day. The commemoration encourages us to greet ten people today. Technically, I probably met my personal goal by simply adding the thumbnail … Continue reading

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So Friendly

People and animals are drawn to softness and warmth. These qualities are abundantly present in friendly folks. On the other hand there are some people who have sharp, cold demeanors; who do everything “by the book”; and who behave almost … Continue reading

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Friendly And Caring

My old guru once taught that without a sense of friendliness and caring there is no sense of community. This is true from interpersonal relationships to international relationships and every relationship in between. I like to pause my life to … Continue reading

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The Friendly Man

Last evening, I encountered a very friendly man. He was so friendly I was taken aback. In appearance, he looked like any 40-something¬†“average Joe” working man. I was about to enter the supermarket when he greeted me with a hearty … Continue reading

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We Need More Mensches

While sitting in a waiting room at the local hospital this week, I happened to overhear bits and pieces of a conversation. It’s not that I tried to eavesdrop, the fact is, the two people were talking very loud.¬† One … Continue reading

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