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9/12/2012 7:37:16 PM

>"Yesterday is history, Tomorrow is a mystery. And Today? Today is a gift. That's why we call it the present."
>Love this Quote!...
>little girl went
>to her bedroom and
>pulled a glass jelly jar from its hiding place
>in the closet.
>She poured the
>change out on the floor and counted it
>carefully. Three
>times, even. The
>total had to be exactly perfect.. No chance here
>for mistakes.
>Carefully placing
>the coins back in the jar and twisting on the
>cap, she
>slipped out the back door and
>made her way 6 blocks to Rexall's Drug Store
>the big red Indian Chief sign
>above the door.
>She waited
>patiently for
>the pharmacist to give
>her some attention, but he was too busy at this
>Tess twisted her feet to make a
>scuffing noise. Nothing. She cleared her
>with the most disgusting sound
>she could muster No good. Finally she took
>quarter from her jar and banged it on
>the glass counter. That did
>'And what do you want?' the
>pharmacist asked in an annoyed tone
>voice.. I'm talking to my brother
>from Chicago whom I haven't seen in ages,'
>said without waiting for a reply to
>his question.
>'Well, I want to
>to you about my brother,' Tess
>answered back in the same annoyed tone.
>really, really sick....and I want
>to buy a miracle.'
>'I beg your
>said the
>'His name is Andrew and
>he has something bad
>growing inside his
>head and my Daddy says only a miracle can save
>him now. So how
>much does a miracle
>'We don't sell miracles
>here, little girl.
>I'm sorry but I
>can't help you,' the pharmacist said, softening
>a little.
>'Listen, I have the
>money to pay for it.. If it isn't enough, I will
>the rest. Just tell me how much it
>The pharmacist's brother
>a well dressed man. He stooped down
>and asked the little girl, 'What kind of
>miracle does your brother
>' I don't know,' Tess
>replied with her
>eyes welling up I
>just know he's really sick and Mommy says he
>needs an
>operation. But my Daddy can't
>pay for it, so I want to use my
>'How much do you
>have?' asked the man from Chicago
>'One dollar
>eleven cents,' Tess answered barely
>'And it's all the
>I have, but I can get some more
>if I need to.'
>'Well, what
>coincidence,' smiled the man. 'A
>dollar and eleven cents---the exact price of
>miracle for little
>He took her money in one
>hand and with
>the other hand he grasped
>her mitten and said 'Take me to where you live.
>I want
>to see your brother and meet
>your parents. Let's see if I have the miracle
>you need.'
>That well-dressed man
>was Dr. Carlton Armstrong, a
>specializing in neuro-surgery.
>The operation was completed free of charge and
>wasn't long until Andrew was home
>again and doing well.
>Mom and Dad
>happily talking about the chain of
>events that had led them to this
>'That surgery,' her Mom
>whispered. 'was a real miracle. I wonder
>much it would have
>Tess smiled. She knew
>exactly how much a
>dollar and eleven the faith of a
>little child.
>In our lives, we
>never know how many miracles we will
>miracle is not the
>suspension of natural law, but the operation of
>a higher law.
>I know you'll keep the
>ball moving!
>Here it goes. Throw it
>back to
>someone who means something to
>A ball is a circle, no
>beginning, no
>end. It keeps us together
>like our Circle of Friends. But the treasure
>for you to see is the treasure
>of friendship you've granted to
>I pass the
>friendship ball to you.
>Pass it on
>to someone who is a friend
>When you are sad.....I will
>dry your
>When you
>are scared......I will comfort your
>you are
>worried......I will give you
>When you are
>will help you
>And when you are lost...and
>can't see the light, I
>shall be your
>beacon...shining ever so
>This is my
>pledge till the
>Why you may ask?....Because
>you're my friend.



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