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by LeighAnne Turner. There are many gifts you can buy for Mother’s Day that express your love and gratitude. But there are far fewer gifts that money can't buy and words don't express. With the fast pace and endless distractions in the world around us, we often miss the opportunity to say what matters most.
I was recently contacted by an acquaintance who needed a small favor. When he called, he was super chatty. He asked about my family, my job, and we caught up on various topics. Then, after our ten minutes of reconnection, he broached the “real” subject of his call, which was to make a small request.
We want to be happy.
We live in a country dedicated to giving us the right to the “pursuit of happiness.” We’re convinced that happiness is out there; we just need to catch it. So we chase after it. We have an “if only” mindset.
We don’t need to be the loudest voice in the room to have the most influence. I don’t expect someone who is naturally gregarious and fun to become stoic and reserved. Passion and enthusiasm do not have to manifest themselves in verbal dominance.