1001 Smiles

        This website was brought to my attention by a family member who suggested I post it on my blog for others to see. Upon viewing it myself, I couldn’t help but want to post it. Here’s an example of adversity turned into compassion.  It is refreshing to hear stories, especially those involving people in our community, that chronicle pain transformed to love.  This story in particular courtesy of a teacher and her husband who turned the death of their three-year old son into 1001 smiles.         

Check out 1001 Smiles:

http://www.1001smiles.com/Index.htm
 

Believe, when you are most unhappy, that there is
something for you to do in the world.  So long as
you can sweeten another’s pain, life is not in vain.
~ Hellen Keller


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1001 Smiles — 4 Comments

  1. Connie:
    This is very inspirational – – sort of a domino effect of the best kind. It’s always very interesting to me that all it takes is one action on the part of someone to get the ball rolling. What a great testimony to their son’s life.
    Thanks,
    Joyce

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