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post #1 of 2 Old 11-16-2009, 01:23 PM Thread Starter
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Good will towards men

With the holidays coming up I hope everyone has a wonderful heartwarming time. And if you find yourself a little ahead please remember good will towards men. It seems these days people have forgotten. A $12 turkey or a small gift for a child makes all the difference.
Thank you for reading this and have a wonderful Thanksgiving and Christmas!
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post #2 of 2 Old 11-16-2009, 07:42 PM
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...very well said!
Right now as I type, I have built a little fire on my desk, and am roasting chestnuts early...
Sincerely though, HOW FORTUNATE are we, the collective Horse Owners of this forum, that can spend our time and resources on our beloved hobby.
Lets try to remember to have compassion on those who don't have or know what's it's like to have the many Blessings we enjoy...
My favorite time of year is from now on, as My Horse only greatly enhances the Seasons enjoyment!
I too, wish all of us a blessed Holiday season, and old saying comes to mind here....
"Do as many good things for as many as you can, as Often as you can!" -author unknown-
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