The power of saying "Thank You"

by thelastmuse 68 replies
I wasn't known as someone who will say "thank you" to people who have done me favors. But when I read books on the Law of Attraction, I noticed that saying "Thank You" has a powerful effect in my business and my personal life.

Example:

1. After our wedding, I sent out a personalized Thank You cards to all our suppliers with our website address and email at the back. A few weeks later, we got some clients and when asked how they find us, they said our caterer referred them to us.

2. After completing a project for a client, I usually take the time to thank them through email. As a result, I get repeat projects.

3. I get bright smiles from people I say thank you to. Some of them strike a conversation with me and end up asking for my business card.

I just noticed that I feel better when I say thank you and I start to smile a lot, too. Sometimes I get comments that I look so happy and carefree. I just say, because I am grateful for some many things in my life.

If you haven't been practicing the art of saying "Thank You," start today. You'll instantly see the difference!
#mind warriors #power #thank you
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  • Profile picture of the author oboi2121
    Hello Omari Taylor here,

    Great post. Saying "thank you" and being grateful for everything in life is definitely the best way to bring you happiness and more of the things you want in life. Saying "thank you" has really made a big difference in my life as well.
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  • Profile picture of the author jayden.fellze
    Yes..saying thank you is a very powerful word. It can ease up emotions and can attract people as well.
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    • Profile picture of the author dorothydot
      Agreed. The power of a grateful "Thank You" plants seeds far and wide. Sometimes I even include a little handmade tatted snowflake for the person - a visual reminder of a Thank You from the past.

      It's a very easy thing to do, and the results can be unexpectedly huge.

      Planting seeds that could sprout into projects at any time... this is what marketing is all about, isn't it?

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      • Profile picture of the author naruq
        Great Post! My aunt always empasized the importance of saying thank you and please. My aunt told me that it will help you in life. I am grateful for everything positive that have happened to me. My friends, family and associates who have contributed to my life in anyway will always receive thanks from me.
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  • Profile picture of the author deezine
    Absolutely, saying thank you and expressing gratitude in your everyday life, is a wonderful and positive way to "reap what you sow" concept.

    In fact I believe that is why so many people miss out on opportunities because of this very concept of expressing gratitude.
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  • Profile picture of the author Amber_Writes
    That is one quality that I have been sure to instill in my children, although they are still only toddlers. Saying 'please' and 'thank you' is not only having good manners, but it also creates a positive aurora around you, at least that's my opinion. Doing so seems to draw positive things to you and not only that, but people are more drawn to a person who expresses gratitude.
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  • Profile picture of the author marketingmonster
    Thank you. This is something most of us don't say but the universe will bring GREAT things. In my opinion, we should be grateful for everything we have ... you'll be surprised what happens when you just say ... thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author Catman
    Wow great post!

    It's funny you bring this up...I'm in the middle of reading "The Secret" right now, and you know what?.. The teachings in there really make sense once you get through the first couple chapters...

    Amir
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  • Profile picture of the author jms.mrtn
    Great advice and I see what you mean.. Great post

    Thank you
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    • Profile picture of the author cashcrater
      Nice post. Brings up alot of good points!
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      • Profile picture of the author sarisri
        What a nice post. Just reminds me how blessed I am in life for all the things that I have. Also reminds me to always have a smile to attract the riches that I want in all walks of life

        I am truly blessed and favored to associate with the fellow warriors.

        And thank you for sharing your wonderful thoughts and experiences
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    • Profile picture of the author jacstone193
      Originally Posted by jms.mrtn View Post

      Great advice and I see what you mean.. Great post

      Thank you
      Yes great - thank you !
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  • Profile picture of the author changeyourwealth
    This was a great post, Thank You is still extremely powerful when genuine!
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  • Profile picture of the author mecantone
    I thank everyone who follows me on Twitter but didn't at first. Often I'll get a reply to the thank you.
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  • Profile picture of the author morwanneg
    I always say thank you to people who have done me great things. Being grateful is the least i can do for them.
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  • Profile picture of the author coachmike
    I love seeing another testament to the power of an attitude of gratitude! Thank you for sharing.

    I believe there is great personal affirmation and internal strength that comes from being grateful and expressing that, even in the simple, "Thank you."

    When given sincerely, the benefits and blessings that will flow out of it are incalculable!

    Glad to have read the post. Thank you.

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  • Profile picture of the author James Kern
    In fact, I even give more effort to those customers of mine that say "thank you" for my support. They don't have to say these magic words, but when they do, they get back more from me in the end.
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    • Profile picture of the author bz1406
      Originally Posted by Yoshimi View Post

      In fact, I even give more effort to those customers of mine that say "thank you" for my support. They don't have to say these magic words, but when they do, they get back more from me in the end.
      i agree with you yoshimi...power of "thank you" absolutely awesome.
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  • Profile picture of the author Bruce NewMedia
    This is WAY more powerful than most people realize. Most people just don't get thanked much at all.

    Mike said: "I believe there is great personal affirmation and internal strength that comes from being grateful and expressing that, even in the simple, "Thank you."

    I so totally agree with this. Its necessary to be grateful all the time for everything we enjoy. So, .....THANKS for this Post!
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  • Profile picture of the author crazylf2
    i always put "thank you" at the end of the email , lol
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  • Profile picture of the author mr2020
    Hi Muse,

    My Grandma was Native American. Her whole philosophy on living was based on two principles: Giving and Gratitude.

    Your post above really says it all. You go the extra mile and give thanks, and everybody benefits.

    Thanks for sharing, it meant a lot to me today.

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    • Profile picture of the author DBofBES
      Great postings! So few people really say Thank You and really mean it. What a difference it makes when it is heart felt.

      On the other end of the equation - how do you feel when people thank you? Do you say, "Oh, no need to thank me." or something along those lines? I had to learn how to accept a Thank You graciously and to let them know I appreciated their kind words.
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      • Thank YOU for such a lovely post... It makes all the difference when it's actually not just about money all the time... But for the love of life itself.

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    • Profile picture of the author tanya7zhou
      You guys rock honestly!!!! Great post by the way thelastmuse

      Thank You Is A Very Powerful Word. Great Names come to mind like one of the richest King, King David. He was known of being thankful all the times. He was so rich that his son King Solomon became more richer. He was victorious, powerful and is always remembered from generation to generation because he was a Thankful King

      Great Guys Like Jesus were known by their signatures before meals. His signature was giving thanks before he eats anything. One day there were in a semi darkroom. No one couldn't see who he was, but when he broke bread and gave thanks, everyone in the building knew who he was.
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  • Profile picture of the author TerryAllison
    I agree that saying 'Thank you' is very important.

    One of my pet peeves is when you open the door for someone, and they don't even acknowledge you. It makes you feel like you were supposed to open the door for them, like they are royalty or something. Sometimes it makes me feel like closing the door and hit them in the 'you know what'. But I don't. I usually tell them that they are welcome. Sometimes, it reminds people to say 'thank you', and other times not. We really should treat each other better, not because we can get something in return, but because it is the right thing to do.

    Thank you.

    Sincerely,
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  • Profile picture of the author RobRamos
    An attitude of gratitude, I agree is very important. It helps you appreciate what you have and what you receive. Also giving or doing is also important, even if another persons attitude does not come from a place of gratitude. the deed itself is sufficient and will attract the best from people you encounter.
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  • Profile picture of the author SusanPreston
    Thank you for that great post! I also think by saying "thank you", it also is giving the person you're thanking validation.
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  • Profile picture of the author James12C
    "Thank you" is a real Universe opener. Most days I jot down 20 things I appreciate - in fact I learned it from esther Hicks - Rampage of Appreciation - don't think - just write - anything from the smell of coffee to the guy who sold you a paper, with a smile.... You'll reap dividends!
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  • Profile picture of the author BabyBlueEyes
    Thank you for the wonderful post and thanks for reminding us about the power of gratitude.
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  • Profile picture of the author bluerose
    Originally Posted by thelastmuse View Post

    If you haven't been practicing the art of saying "Thank You," start today. You'll instantly see the difference!
    Thank you for reminding of this - if you are grateful for the little things in you life, it makes a big difference!

    Sandy
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  • Profile picture of the author rlhenryjr
    I appreciate your post. Many times just replying with "thanks"
    shows that you cared enough to respond.
    So many people just dont respond any more.
    Great post! Thanks for sharing!
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  • Profile picture of the author Josh T.
    I think an important side note to saying thank you is
    the act of saying, "you're welcome".

    All too often we get sucked into the much more common
    and less gratuitous, "no problem" or if you're in the mob
    "fogetta 'boutit".

    There is a certain amount of gratitude in saying you're welcome
    that is almost as powerful as thank you.

    It's like a sincere acknowledgement of someone else's gratitude.

    I find saying "you're welcome" to someone expressing their thanks
    much more rewarding for my psyche than "no problem".
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    thanks for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author SEOSteve
    This is absolutely true!

    I did some personal coaching about 12 months ago and one of the techniques my coach taught me for improving my life was the simple act of saying "thank you" - genuinely - to people.

    She taught me to look for opportunities to thank people - it changed my whole outlook!

    It's amazing the difference just two simple words have made in my relationships with other people and indeed my whole life.

    Great advice! Easy to overlook 'cause it sounds so simple, but very powerful if you truly take it to heart and practice it!

    Thank you for sharing!

    Steve
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    Reading all these posts makes me even more grateful to be a part of this wonderful forum! On my birthday this month I received a truley wonderful book to help me on my path to gratitude....It is the 'Secret Gratitude Book' In the pages of this book you can write what you are thankful for in your life every single day....You start out by writing something like 'I am so grateful now that....' The more I say thanks for everything I have in my life right now the more I attract great things and people into it.

    Just recently I joined a club that is helping me create the life I desire...for that I am truely thankful....

    Thanks everyone for sharing their thoughts.....
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    • Profile picture of the author CyndiHester
      A recent "Thank You" story that happend to me: I was in the drive through at Starbucks for a morning coffee and that "inner voice" told me I should buy for the car behind me. Well, several days later I went back again.

      The ladies that worked in the Starbucks all came to the window to say "Thank You!" They told me that the lady I bought the coffee for several days before just lost her job, she was so sad and depressed, and that me buying for a complete stranger "gave her hope in this economy again."

      I have to say...........that was the BEST "Thank You" I have received in a long time!
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  • Profile picture of the author sparkler1
    Great post. Thank you.
    They are two little words, but very powerful. I recently started a gratitude journal (during a low patch) and it really helped me to realize all the wonderful things in my life. It quickly lifted me out of my doldrums and back to reality. Now, I try to write in it as often as possible and I realize how many good things are coming to me each and every day. I also started a family tradition of each person at the dinner table says "what I was really happy about today....". Usually everyone comes up with several things and it brings smiles all around.
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    Great post and "thank You" for sharing
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  • Profile picture of the author Curtis007
    I always try to say "Thank you" instead of just "Thanks". It has more of an effect from what I have found.
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  • Profile picture of the author a1journo
    Originally Posted by thelastmuse View Post

    I wasn't known as someone who will say "thank you" to people who have done me favors. But when I read books on the Law of Attraction, I noticed that saying "Thank You" has a powerful effect in my business and my personal life.

    Example:

    1. After our wedding, I sent out a personalized Thank You cards to all our suppliers with our website address and email at the back. A few weeks later, we got some clients and when asked how they find us, they said our caterer referred them to us.

    2. After completing a project for a client, I usually take the time to thank them through email. As a result, I get repeat projects.

    3. I get bright smiles from people I say thank you to. Some of them strike a conversation with me and end up asking for my business card.

    I just noticed that I feel better when I say thank you and I start to smile a lot, too. Sometimes I get comments that I look so happy and carefree. I just say, because I am grateful for some many things in my life.

    If you haven't been practicing the art of saying "Thank You," start today. You'll instantly see the difference!
    This is a great motivational thing to have said, I hope everyone takes heed to this which is sadly becoming an undone custom in the world of technology and the 'me, me, me' society
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    • Profile picture of the author ayuwarr
      The world would be a FAR better place if people just LEARN to say 'Thank You' and not be full of themselves. Carry the Torch.
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  • Profile picture of the author jhn2001
    thank you for the tips . i do the same thing .i usually give them free stuff to keep them reminding of my work
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  • Profile picture of the author solchristopher
    Great post. The 2 most simple words that create a positive well-being. Thank you for the post.
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  • Profile picture of the author 56villages
    Indeed, those two words are magical. They can literally get us whatever we want.
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    Funny that I ran across this post tonight. Earlier I was at the local Walmart and the cashier just handed me my bags without saying "thank you". I looked at her and said, "You're welcome". She never caught the hint! She said, "See you later". I think that retail stores have stopped training their employees to use this common courtesy. Store clerks act as if they are doing the customer a favor. I am big on saying, "thank you" just because it's the best way to show appreciation. Families should say it to each other, too. It keeps family members from feeling they are being taken for granted.
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  • Profile picture of the author ricaparaleho
    An easy thing to forget in the midst of our frenzied lives is the simple act of saying "thank you." Who has the time to slow down for such old-fashioned pleasantries? And yet, by incorporating a thank-you strategy into your marketing, I promise you'll reap immense rewards.
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  • Thankfulness is a quality I am trying to cultivate in myself currently...thankfulness for everything...my health, apartment everything...i believe being thankful is the key to happiness actually!
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  • Profile picture of the author dirtysteve
    Originally Posted by honestbizpro View Post

    I make it a point to say I am thankful as the day begins.

    When you have a thankful attitude it somehow drains and melts away stresses.
    That's one of the main ingredients for me. According to the laws of attraction, you have to always think with a positive twist. This, for me, is how I begin my day in doing that. Great post!
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  • Profile picture of the author mr.schutz
    Very powerful and means so much.

    THANK YOU!
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  • Profile picture of the author Revolves
    Saying "Thank You" is an effective way of networking. Anyone who wants to boost their business, read some books on Communication Skills, you'll find way more info than what a self-proclaimed Guru can ever teach you.

    Thanks for the post!
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    • Profile picture of the author Jeff Henshaw
      It can depend on the culture.

      English speaking countries tend to use "Thank You" frequently.

      I live in the UK, and have a house in Spain. I don't speak too much Spanish, but in Spain, "thank you" and its derivatives are used much less frequently than are used in the English language.

      That is not to say that people in Spain are impolite - far from it - it's just that the words, phrase, or whatever, are used less frequently.

      I've noticed this in other countries in main land Europe too - there are different variations of when and where to use the words "please" and "thank you".

      Of course, if you visit the "tourist" areas of Europe, then expect the Anglo Saxon version of the "please and thank you" as has been discussed throughout the thread - and spoken in English too - a second language to main land Europeans.

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  • Profile picture of the author zeasondesign
    Yeah, you're very right.. that's "Thank You" Secret Power..

    I believe the power is even more greater if we said it with our heart ^^
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  • Profile picture of the author eric.watson
    Apart from the fact it is very good manners to say Thank you! My mother said it was like saying Amen at the end of an exchange. Maybe it is!
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  • Profile picture of the author andrewpeacock
    Something I also do is say "thank you" to myself, well the unconscious part of me. I do this at times like when I'm able to resist that doughnut without too much conscious effort, or when I'm trying to think of an answer to something without success, and then it comes to me later out of the blue, or when I suddenly remember that I need to do something that I had forgotten to put on my todo list.

    I'm reasonably convinced that my unconcious appreciates it :-)

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  • Profile picture of the author marketopoly
    The words "Thank You", when said with sincerity, uplift both the parties involved.
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  • Profile picture of the author TheAngelGuy
    The reason is that the mindset that the phrase comes from is one of being open and accepting to things coming into your life.

    Watch to see how often you tend to be closed off unless someone does something for you (we just do this by habit), and that "closing off" is what you're doing (subconsciously - not on purpose) to close YOU off to a stronger flow of goodness, however it shows up.

    "Thank you" is also a positive affirmation of self-worth, which is immensely needed in an environment where we're socially trained to constantly berate ourselves and not only think, but take way too seriously, that we're not worthy of much and we have to prove it by gaining external wealth, fame, fortune, etc.
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  • Profile picture of the author tamaradaria
    I've begun to keep a gratitude
    journal.

    At the very moment I sink into
    the thoughts that life has let
    me down...I pick up that journal
    and realize how good I have it.

    I believe that being thankful for
    what you already have is the key
    to getting more of what you want.
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  • Profile picture of the author chinois
    Have you ever say thank you to a bored looking cashier and see her face brighten up instantly? That's the power of 'Thank You' and thank you for all the inspiring posts here.
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  • Profile picture of the author pinoy bands
    I really agree that saying thank you has its magical powers. if someone says thank you, I felt that my effort was acknowledged and I am appreciated. well, I would like to say thank you for sharing this nice post!
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  • Profile picture of the author TristinTaylor
    Yes, thank you is huge...in the 2.0 web thanks can mean writing a good review for someone...should not be overlooked...great way to form JV partnerships
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  • Profile picture of the author Jay Vikaz
    It is one of those "magic words" they teach us as children. Then many of us grow up and forget the wonderful doors that a simple "Thank You" will open for us. How many missed opportunities will it take before we realize the power of thanking people?

    I see the difference now that I've started Thanking people again. When people know that their actions are appreciated, they are motivated to do more for us.

    Thank You for the thought provoking post. A reminder like this certainly helps.

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  • Profile picture of the author shatner
    saying "thank you" now a days has lost its true meaning. But for some these words are heartfelt and treasured. Words that should only be used if you really meant it.
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  • Profile picture of the author THY
    A simple word to express your appreciation and this is what defines a successful person who builds solid network of contacts.
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  • Profile picture of the author Michael Thai
    Saying thank you for the sake of saying it is not as powerful as saying it from your heart

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  • Profile picture of the author Tom Harvey
    One of the basic tenets of human behavior that was ingrained into me and those of my generation was the very basic concept of saying "THANK YOU"
    Unfortunately, humankind seems to have evolved into a generation of entitlement..
    The quicker we return to the basics of civility such as "please and thank you" society as a whole will be better served.

    Just my thougts..and no I am not a curmudgeon just a different generation
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  • Profile picture of the author dcrannik
    I agree with Josh T. I hate it when someone tells me "No Problem" in place of "Thank You". In my opinion, a gratious Thank You carries much more weight than Gold. I live by this and this has made a huge difference at work and in my personal life. In todays society you just do not hear the words Thank You enough, so when folks do hear it from you they are much more appreciative and receptive to you. This was a great post! Thank you!
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  • Profile picture of the author cosmolito
    Originally Posted by thelastmuse View Post

    I just noticed that I feel better when I say thank you and I start to smile a lot, too. Sometimes I get comments that I look so happy and carefree. I just say, because I am grateful for some many things in my life.
    That is truly awesome my friend. Thank you for the inspiration. Yes, thank you
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