Love & Handicapping

Many families and lovers will be sitting down at the table this Thanksgiving and giving thanks to one another for the love they share. Oftentimes the words, “I love you” go so often unsaid and unheard.  The holidays are always good time to express love and appreciation for the people in your lives.

But as we give thanks to those closest to us, let’s remember that love is more than just a romantic, physical ideal. It is more than a feeling we share with family and closest friends. Love is energy and a force that is universal. We should also give thanks to our neighbors, people in our community and even strangers.

It is amazing the love you can inspire when you share a friendly hello with a stranger. It is a wonderful experience when you share a laugh and a smile with a clerk at a coffee shop, or…

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