A quote for ev­ery day

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The pur­pose of life is not to be happy. It is to be use­ful, to be hon­ourable, to be com­pas­sion­ate, to have it make some dif­fer­ence that you have lived and lived well. – Ralph Waldo Emer­son No one has ever be­come poor by giv­ing. – Anne Frank,

Di­ary of Anne Frank (the play) No one is use­less in this world who light­ens the bur­dens of another. – Charles Dick­ens

There is no ex­er­cise bet­ter for the heart than reach­ing down and lift­ing peo­ple up. – John Holmes

When we give cheer­fully and ac­cept grate­fully, every­one is blessed. – Maya An­gelou

What a weary time those years were – to have the desire and the need to live but not the abil­ity. – Charles Bukowski,

Ham on Rye

If you’re in trou­ble, or hurt or need – go to the poor peo­ple. They’re the only ones that’ll help – the only ones. – John Stein­beck,

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