Be grateful

Dish-Washing

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Two people I know are struggling with medical problems. I just read about a

woman who died from leukemia early this morning. Be grateful for your life. Be

grateful you can stand at the sink and wash dishes. Be grateful for every

breath. The next moment is not promised to you. If God takes me the next moment

I will be grateful I was blessed to live this long and I will have lived just

the right amount of time – the amount that God had planned for me.

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