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Personal Stories About ‘Reaching Out’

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I Can't Hear You

Last week I was in the boarding area of the airport excited for my Easter trip home to see my parents and brother. I was preoccupied with plans for the weekend but was brought out of my daydreaming by an elderly woman talking loudly into her cell phone. She kept asking the person to meet her where she was and was...

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Speak Up

I was a lonely 14 year old girl,I was pushed around in school & went home to a family of 8 that I thought barely noticed I existed. I was constantly suspended in school & always getting bullied. By the time I was 15 I attempted suicide twice, all because I thought the world didn't love me, I thought I was all...

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A Beautiful Gift

I was a self-conscious seventeen year old girl with stringy hair and fifty pounds of extra weight. One night, my parents dragged me along to a party filled with "beautiful people". I felt dumpy and awkward amid the sophisticated guests. I wanted to hide. I looked around the room...the only place left to sit was...

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Stories About Everyday Heroes Who Portray ‘Reaching Out’

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Karla F

I was going through a hard time, where my stepmother and I were not getting along, and since I was the only child in the house, it tended to get depressing. There was no compromise, only her way. Eventually I made it out of the house, and Karla F helped me through those hard times; she is helping me still through...

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Phyllis W

This is about my baby sister, Phyllis W. The youngest of nine children, she was the epitome of the baby in our family. Everyone looked out for her, especially me. We were the closest in age and also best friends. At the age of 35, she was diagnosed with breast cancer, stage 4. She had two small children and...

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Brittany Sullivan

My mom is my hero because she is always thier for me. She is always helping me with everything. She encouagesd me to do my best. I can't image life without her. I Would miss her if she went away. She is my everything.

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LOVE
JOY
GENEROSITY
PARENTING
LIVE LIFE
FORGIVENESS
APPRECIATION
SHARING
SPREAD YOUR WINGS
HEALTH
GOOD MANNERS
DEVOTION
INGENUITY
LEARNING
EQUALITY
OPTIMISM
FITNESS
RISING ABOVE
INCLUDING OTHERS
LITERACY
MINDFULNESS
COMMON GROUND
LAUGHTER
DEDICATION
FAMILY
CLASS AND GRACE
OVERCOMING
HONESTY
LISTENING
BELIEVE IN YOURSELF
DETERMINATION
INSPIRATION
REACHING OUT
APPRECIATING NATURE
ACHIEVEMENT
OPPORTUNITY
COMPLIMENTS
SMILE
AMBITION
RESILIENCY
PERSEVERANCE
EXCELLENCE
ENCOURAGEMENT
STRENGTH
LIVE YOUR DREAMS
DO THY BEST
PEACE
VOLUNTEERING
CARING
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TEAM WORK
DRIVE
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KINDNESS
GRIT
HELPING OTHERS
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
COMPASSION
PASSION
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CONNECTING
PREPARATION
GET ALONG
INCLUSION
EDUCATION
TEACHING BY EXAMPLE
MENTORING
SOUL
LOYALTY
PRACTICE
FORESIGHT
TRUST
PATIENCE
CHARACTER
FRIENDSHIP
PERSISTENCE
COMPROMISE
SACRIFICE
CIVILITY
WONDER
GRATITUDE
DO YOUR PART
COURAGE
CHARITY
INTEGRITY
HONOR
STEWARDSHIP
PIONEERING
GOOD EXAMPLES
CREATIVITY
IMAGINE
UNITY
INNOVATION
BELIEVE
JUSTICE
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HOPE
PLEASE AND THANK YOU
BEING THERE
SERVICE
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GREAT MUSIC
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RIGHT CHOICES
GIVING BACK
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LEADERSHIP
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COMMENTS


Ashley from victorville JANUARY 7, 2011
This is touching.

Chris Napolion from Vicksburg JUNE 1, 2010
If you see someone new at the school you just walk over and say hi.

Molly B. from North carolina MARCH 23, 2010
This commercial really inspired me! I was in Sunday School a while ago, and the ten-year-old granddaughter of the teacher was there. She doesn't go to our church, and she was sitting at a table with the teacher and the assistant. I could tell she wanted to sit with somebody else without having to ask, so I asked her to sit beside me. Her whole face just lit up, and she thanked me again and again. It felt so good to do that, I try to do it every day at least once. Thank you!