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Category Archives: Compassion
Born Anjezë Gonxhe Bojaxhiu, Agnes (Anglican pronunciation) was better known as Mother Teresa. She began her ministry in India on this day in 1929. When Eastern Europe began opening its borders and ideologies, Teresa expanded her efforts into Communist countries that … Continue reading
No. I didn’t skip a letter. Cassandra calls it “Li’l Miracles”. She writes about how they can be big or small like: finishing chemo getting a call from a friend just to say hi tumors going away without chemo or … Continue reading
Occasionally, I depart from the norm of talking about customer service when something profound strikes me. Today is one of those days. Once a month, we sing at a local nursing home/rehabilitation center. One of the residents is Carmen. Carmen … Continue reading
Robert Sherman, one half of the Sherman Brothers duo most famous for writing songs from Mary Poppins, The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh and the theme song for “it’s a small world (after all), recalled the following about Walt … Continue reading
Was it filled with hugs and smiles? If it’s not too weird, offer one or both to your customers today. Literally or figuratively. Your pick. It could make their day.