“At times our own light goes out and is rekindled by a spark from another person. Each of us has cause to think with deep gratitude of those who have lighted the flame within us.”- Albert Schweitzer
If we’ve been connected for a while, this won’t be the first time you’ve seen this quote.
It never fails to inspire me—after all, isn’t kindling (or re-kindling) sparks in our clients the essence of what we do?
But it works both ways.
Chances are, someone—maybe even a relative stranger—saw something in you that you were unable to recognize right then.
It may have come wrapped in kindness or in a hefty dose of tough love, but it came, at exactly the right time.
And your light was rekindled.
Remember how that felt?
Validating. Inspiring. Life-affirming.
How about we pay it forward as we start this season of thanksgiving?
Let’s BE the spark. The gleam of light that just may rekindle those near and dear to us.
What better way to honor the spirit of thanksgiving and pave the way to the holidays?
May you enjoy a safe, happy and most healthy holiday…
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