By Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen
Bestselling authors Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen current one other cheerful selection of tales to your analyzing excitement. in the pages of a third Serving of fowl Soup for the Soul you will discover shining examples of the simplest characteristics all of us proportion as people: compassion, grace, forgiveness, desire, braveness, commitment, generosity and faith.
Stories could be the strongest instructing instrument to be had to us, particularly while the teachings being taught are love, useful losses, admire and values. during this quantity of bird Soup for the Soul, the authors proportion extra accrued knowledge on love, parenting, instructing, studying, dying, perspective and overcoming stumbling blocks. This publication will hot your middle, brighten your darkest day and placed a grin in your face that would final an entire life.
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In bold calligraphy strokes, I created a half-dozen invitations: POTLUCK PARTY TONIGHT, 8 PM, MOTOR HOME ZEUS, SPACE 23, BRING A DISH FOR YOU AND YOUR NEIGHBOR. We signed our names, plowed through knee-deep snow and discreetly attached the invitations to door handles of vehicles that, by now, looked like poppy seeds scattered on a white rug. At the appointed time, jovial strangers with mouth-watering foods, drinks and treats presented themselves at the door. We gossiped, exchanged adventure stories, told jokes and sang old songs.
Someone you care about may come to mind. Take the time to go to that person or call, and share the story. You will get something even deeper for yourself from sharing the story with someone you care about. Consider sharing these stories at work, at church, synagogue or temple, and at home with your family. Stories are stepping stones on the path to spiritual enlightenment. Ruth Stotter After sharing a story, discuss how it affected you and why you were drawn to share it with the other person or people.
Normally, there are only two rules between an inmate and a guard—the inmate does not trust the guard, and the guard does not believe anything an inmate has to say. But Mr. Lear was different. He tried to make our time with him not only informative, but fun. He never bent the rules, but he did not go out of his way to make our detail miserable by being sarcastic or demeaning. I watched Mr. Lear for many days and saw him look at me with a funny expression on his face. I got that quite often since I looked like who I was—a suburban house-wife from Kansas.
3rd Serving of Chicken Soup for the Soul. More Stories to Open the Heart and Rekindle the Spirit by Jack Canfield, Mark Victor Hansen