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    • Higginbotham Brim

      A Small Act - The one thing you should know to model acceptance, kindness, understanding and love for your children.

    • Lori Forshey

      Sweet message: This post was written as a contribution to the Living Life Special Blog Carnival. The participating bloggers are sharing their experiences in parenting or teaching children with special needs. This post shares a great story with a wonderful message: You don’t need to be scared of someone who is different to you. You can reach out and try to understand each person and who they are. Everyone is worth being acknowledged and valued.

    • MOPAR Man

      So true!!!

    • Jaime Roberts

      A Small Act can send a Big Message...not just a nice quote...

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