This holiday season certainly does not look like any other we have experienced. It takes a bit of a mindset change to make the most of what should be a cheerful and hopeful time of year. Typically, during this season, our team partakes in a service project to help others. Because we cannot be together in person, we decided to change our perspective and think about what others have done for us and how often small random acts of kindness can inspire us all to be a bit more joyful this year. We hope you enjoy us sharing how kindness has recently entered our lives and inspired us to act with a little more kindness ourselves.
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Last Thanksgiving, I posted this message on our website and received a favorable response from my clients. I thought it might be good to repost since the homeless have been especially hard hit this year.
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