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Savoring “thank you”

Gratitude multiplier

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A “Thank you” 

I start and end my day with gratefulness. The first and the last way to start and end your day will be like this. You certainly can feel the grace and then you get so emotional and wonder how things gone along way, exceeded your expectations. This is how I savor the moments in my life. And it goes on and on and on. It never stops. Thus, the word, and one of my favorites, thank you.

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