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Everyone needs help from their friends now and then. Read these stories to see the extreme lengths people will go to in order to help others!

Strong Enough to Ask for Help

Don’t be shy about asking for help. It doesn’t mean you’re weak, it only means you’re wise.

~Author Unknown

Last week at the supermarket a young gal named Tara who was bagging my groceries said, “Can I help take these to your car?”

As always, for the eight years since my spinal cord... (more)

The Miracle of the Golden Pothos

Learn wisdom from the ways of a seedling. A seedling which is never hardened off through stressful situations will never become a strong productive plant.

~Stephen Sigmund

The year I graduated from high school, I became sick with an extended illness. It was quite a blow,... (more)

The Power of Belief

Keep your dreams alive. Understand to achieve anything requires faith and belief in yourself,
vision, hard work, determination, and dedication.
Remember all things are possible for those who believe.

~Gail Devers, three-time Olympic Gold medalist

Teachers are constantly striving to teach our kids as much... (more)

The Gift of the Magi

Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for a kindness.


My head was pounding. I willed myself to focus on my reading: The Fall of the House of Habsburg. I didn’t think my mind could actually expand enough to hold all the information I was... (more)

How I Found My Running Partner

Beware of the chair!
 ~Author Unknown

One morning I started to sweat. Profusely. Just sitting down. I would have attributed it to hot flashes, but I knew those were years away. The accompanying pain in my left arm was what made me ask a neighbor for a ride to the emergency room.

The heart attack was minor in nature... (more)

It Takes a Village

We cannot live only for ourselves. A thousand fibers connect us with our fellow men.

~Herman Melville

When we drove our son to college in Virginia, we left our dog Dillon at a horse farm in Monroe, Connecticut, about fifty miles away from our place in Old Greenwich. She’d stayed at the farm before and... (more)