200: Lessons I Learned from My Mom

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I continue to live an amazing life.  It is a gift that was given to me by my parents; not just the gift of life but the gift of living.  Both have taught me how to life a meaningful life.  Today I want to share with you the woman who truly opened my eyes to the world, my Mom.

Her examples of Love, wonder and kindness live deep within who I am.  These lessons bring my life meaning and that is why I want to share them with you.

Question of the Day 

What is one major thing you learned from your Mom or mother figure in your life.

Action of the Day

Share your gratitude for those lessons with that person.


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