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Ask, Ask, Ask (by: Jack Canfield and Mark V. Hansen)
The greatest saleswoman in the world today doesn't mind if you call her a girl. That's because Markita Andrews has generated more than eighty thousand dollars selling Girl Scout cookies since she was seven years old.
Beauty of Love, The (by: Author Unknown)
The question is asked, "Is there anything more beautiful in life than a boy and a girl clasping clean hands and pure hearts in the path of marriage? Can there be anything more beautiful than young love?"
Beauty Remains; the Pain Passes, The (by: Author Unknown)
Although Henri Matisse was nearly 28 years younger than Auguste Renoir, the two great artists were dear friends and frequent companions. When Renoir was confined to his home during the last decade of his life, Matisse visited him daily.
Best Time of My Life, The (by: Joe Kemp)
It was June 15, and in two days I would be turning thirty. I was insecure about entering a new decade of my life and feared that my best years were now behind me.
Blind Ambition (by: John Kanary)
Charlie Boswell has always been one of my heroes. He has inspired me and thousands of others to rise above circumstances and live our true passion. Charlie was blinded during World War II while rescuing his friend from a tank that was under fire.
Breaking the Silence (by: Barry Spilchuk)
"How did you do it, Dad? How have you managed to not take a drink for almost 20 years?" It took me almost 20 years to have the courage to even ask my father this very personal question.
Church Dog (by: Evelyn Olson)
Shortly after Brownie passed away, our minister came to call. After consoling us over our loss, he said, "If there is a heaven for dogs, you can be assured Brownie will be scratching at the door -- and when it is opened, he will be given a place right up front with the best of them."
Day at the Lake (by: Keith Toole)
"Me play" said the mentally challenged boy.
"Sure," I said
I threw him the ball.
"Yeah! Me catch!" he screamed.
Famous Father, A (by: Author Unknown)
A great man died today. He wasn't a world leader or a famous doctor or a war hero or a sports figure. He was no business tycoon, and you will never see his name in the financial pages. But he was one of the greatest men who ever lived. He was my father.
Follow Your Dream (by: Jack Canfield)
I have a friend named Monty Roberts who owns a horse ranch in San Ysidro. He has let me use his house to put on fund-raising events to raise money for youth at risk programs.
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