“If any white lady reads my story, that’s what I want them to know. Saying thank you, when you really mean it, when you remember what someone done for you, it’s so good” ~ from The Help by Kathryn Stockett.

Reflecting on those words coming out of a “black” woman who has worked as a maid for whites all her life you can’t help but think how a good word is always enough! Enough to forgive, forget, or even appreciate. Wouldn’t the world be a better place if good words are used instead of bad ones? When we treat one another for who we are regardless of our skin color or what we believe in?! I just wonder…

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