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Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Generosity nurtured in Detroit

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Although there is a common struggle depicted in this story from Detroit, the message is well underscored: Generosity, gratitude, and thankfulness are not lost in this world, even though there is some evidence to the contrary.  The JR STORY has gone viral as it depicts a human who is fighting against great odds to overcome adversity and his efforts are rewarded by the generosity of others.  No doubt, this is not a singular story of survival and perseverance, but it rates as on of the tops of the week.

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