Shpakow, Tom; Cross, Karen
November 2009
Guideposts;Nov2009, Vol. 64 Issue 9, p16
The article presents information on several incidents of good deeds sent in by the readers of the journal. It mentions of a reader and his wife who were offered breakfast on the Veteran's Day by a person in memory of his father, who served in the World War II. The article mentions of the janitor who started enjoying his daily routine work after he started praying for persons associated with particular work.


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