Number 319 – February 28, 2011
Dear Masonic Student,
Here is something I hope you enjoy and feel is worthwhile enough to pass along to others. It is by an unknown author and is an old maxim. – Ed
Most Important Words
It seems our world gets busier each day. We bring our kids to events, build businesses, check in on friends, and rest when we can. All in all, there does not seem to be much time for anything let alone being in touch with others and ourselves.
It is important to pause a moment when we are with others, take a breath and remember what makes them special. Then think and say the words to let them know we care and appreciate them…
The six most important words
“I admit that I was wrong!”
The five most important words
“You did a great job.”
The four most important words
“What do you think?”
The three most important words
“May I help?”
The two most important words
The most important word
The least important word
Words to Live by: “A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.” Arab Proverb
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