By Jack Canfield,Mark Victor Hansen,Hanoch McCarty, et al.Open Road Integrated Media LLC|Chicken Soup for the Soul Publishing||Chicken Soup for the SoulAdult NonfictionNew AgeLanguage(s): EnglishOn sale date: 26.09.2012Street date: 26.09.2012
The authors of the chook Soup for the Soul books, Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen, now group up with the Acts of Kindness authors to bring on yet one more number of sentimental anecdotes. those tales are grouped into the kinds of affection, kindness, mom and dad and parenting, instructing and studying, demise and loss of life, gaining point of view and overcoming hindrances. so much are own stories illustrating moments of tenderness, justice, self-sacrifice, appreciation, satisfaction or the bonding of individuals to each other. a few are parables, a couple of are real epiphanies and one or , as welcome aid, are literally funny. Following the tales is a piece entitled "Eclectic Wisdom," which bargains a couple of poems, and an inventory of "101 presents to offer All 12 months Long," equivalent to "smile," "say whatever great to someone," "be optimistic," and "use only one parking space." Readers who enjoyed the 1st 3 servings of this fare are not disillusioned during this most modern attempt.
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So it is no wonder that I get teary-eyed when I think of my father, standing there on that cold Christmas morning, wondering if his gift was good enough. Love, Daddy, is always good enough. Martha Pender grass Templeton A Family for Freddie I remember the first time I saw Freddie. He was standing in his playpen at the adoption agency where I work. He gave me a toothy grin. What a beautiful baby, I thought. His boarding mother gathered him into her arms. ” Then I saw it. Freddie had been born without arms.
I looked toward her bed. Once again, her side of the room was bare and empty. But as I heard the “ping” of the elevator doors closing behind Ginger, I knew that she possessed much, much more than I. Bonnie Shepherd A Hair-Raising Experience The test of courage comes when we are in the minority. Ralph W. Sackman As an only child to two adoring parents, I grew up believing that life was good. Especially when my mom washed my long black hair. I loved it because I always got great head scratches! But on one particular day, a huge clump of my long hair fell out in my mother’s hands, much to her horror.
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