David Amerland

2 months ago ·

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It's not who you are that makes a difference. Ever. It is who you become through your actions that matters. Who you are through your service to those around you. None of this needs to be big, heroic or spectacular. Small acts of considered kindness. Consideration for others. A sense of belonging to the world and trying to make it better, in small ways, every day. These are the moments that build up the days which make the years of our life.

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