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Much Obliged

Like most parents, I taught my children to say "thank you" frequently and hoped that giving thanks might become a life habit. After all, silent gratitude isn't much use to anyone. But I think that what hoped to teach them was not simply to say thanks, but to feel it. I believe that thankful people are happy people.

The late Dr. Fulton Oursler used to tell of an old woman who took care of him when he was a child -- a woman who not only expressed
her thanks, but felt it. Anna was a former American slave who, after emancipation, was hired by the family for many years.


Thank You

Do you want to know the magical words which can change your life? No kidding, you already know, the words are "thank you".

The magical and powerful words "thank you" open the hearts and minds of other people for us and thus pave the way for our prosperity and popularity. Don't say thank you in a dull and lifeless manner. Say thank you wholeheartedly, humbly and with a sense of gratefulness. Give life to the words and let the magic take its own course in your favor.


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