1.  What matters today?

2.  Who is sharing your space/time now?

3.  How will your input today build a better future for all?

4.  Does your actions today stop the suffering tomorrow?

5.  Did you share food with a stranger today?

6.  Did you smile at a grumpy person?

7.  Did you visit an elderly person?

8.  Did you clean your neighbourhood?

9.  Did you learn something new?

10.  Did you phone your parents?

11. Did you say thank you before going to sleep?

Please take a minute to remember those who died in the past today due to terrorism. Thanks.

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Comment by Christina De Wet on September 24, 2014 at 9:07am
Thanks Al. Your comment is appreciated.
Comment by Al LeBlanc on September 24, 2014 at 8:49am

Christina:  Beautiful Thoughts !  Thanks ! for Creating and Sharing !  Al 

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