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A miracle is when a single mother work at two jobs to train and keep her kids from the streets.
A miracle is when a young man said an emphatic ‘NO’ to drugs and decides to go to school or look for work.
A miracle is the man who works as a street sweeper and not a fraudster.
A miracle is when an impressionable girl refuses to take part in prostitution.
William Hazlitt believes that a miracle is – ‘a gentle word, a kind look, a good-natured smile can work wonders and accomplish miracles.’ I hope we would be agents of miracles throughout this week. 🙂
I haven’t blogged for over a week due to few pressing issues and though I have visited some sites, there are still many I haven’t read their new updates. Do bear with and I’ll hop over to visit your blogs soon.
Lest I forget; Cydonia is now out on Kindle. If you’re interested, here’s the link:
Don’t get into trouble… 🙂 Enjoy the rest of your week my friends! 🙂
Much love, always!