Such warm, sage advice is not only timely, but very necessary.
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For the person being thanked, a “thank you” is a mirror of the love he or she has given.
It not only increases our sense of ourselves as loving persons but enlarges our capacity to be loving.
Whatever form it comes in, smiles, kisses, cash, praise, hugs, compliments, time, candy, lovemaking, letters, texting, listening, a new hat, a new baby, a new car, a planned vacation, a surprise vacation, an insight, a sense of security, a bouquet of flowers, the sharing of some feelings. Saying “Thank You” can have a great effect.
Saying “Thank You” is also important for the person who says it. On the simplest level, it’s an act of courtesy, a recognition of the good thing the other person has done. But on a deeper level, it’s a way of changing our consciousness about the nature of our…
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