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Have you ever paid it forward?

Sunday, May 06, 2012

I love that movie pay it forward!! Although everytime I watch it I cry! I've learned over the years just a smile to someone u don't know will brighten your day and theirs! Doing something for someone else not only helps them but helps you. I always feel good when helping others. Helping a stranger or a friend will lift u up! When I am having problems I've learned if I focus on someone else instead of worrying about my problems it always help. Someone always has a problem worse then mine if I take the time to listen! Life is very hard but full of valuable lessons!! I've learned a lot from being on spark with all the articles and information! I've met so many nice people on spark and even developed friendships! The Lord is my rock and has blessed me with many good friends! We can't change the world by ourselves but take a step in the right direction and do something positve to help someone and make a difference!!! emoticon emoticon emoticon
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  • v JAN1031
    You are truely a Gem. I thank God for putting you in my life, I'm the one blessed.
    Love ya J.C.
    1573 days ago

    Comment edited on: 5/8/2012 6:38:28 AM
  • v PATTYS74
    Janet you are so awesome ...you live pay it forward..you are always thinking of others,....hugs....
    1574 days ago
  • v NEWME0519
    Thanks for the reminder that we should pay our blessings forward to be a blessing to someone else!
    1574 days ago
  • v LARKSONGRUTH
    I love the concept of paying something forward. I guess that I have never deliberately done something for someone else because someone did something for me, but I do enjoy helping people and being involved with service to others. Nice blog.
    1575 days ago
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