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November 19, 2006

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Rose of Sharon

LOL, yup, not all of us Chinese are that polite and nice. I'm glad that you saw some kindness out there that renewed your faith and hope in the goodness of others. Actually, you are one of my heroes this year. I think what you do there is incredibly important, courageous and admirable. Not just for going to a foreign country to teach, but for being a great role model for our profession. I can only dream of being such a huge impact on the world as a physical therapist. You touch not only the lives of your students and patients, but beyond that....to those they reach out to and heal because of what you taught them. Thank you! And happy early Thanksgiving! :)

[a}sma

collectively, the good deeds we see as small go a long way towards improving the world. u hit the nail on the head :)

deirdre

Yes, I believe it's the small kindnesses that add up to true heroics. I'm so glad you got to see and experience these things, and that they've helped balance the other less pleasant aspects.

Kamsin

It kind of makes me sad that acts of kindness are so few and far between that we consider them to be heroic. Here in Sarajevo it is quite common to see people give up a seat or help someone and it is something really nice to see.

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