#148 – “The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for, and deserted by everybody.” From the book, Love. The Words and Inspiration of Mother Teresa

Sadly for so many, the holidays are an extremely lonely and difficult time. One of the best gifts you can give is to simply spend time with someone who is alone.

 Interesting note. I discovered this little book while waiting for an eye exam yesterday, a little holiday miracle in itself as I had another tip ready to go.

Have a happy holiday

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About sand1

When I was young, I made a lot of bad choices. The only way I knew to dig myself and my family out was to go to the library, always hoping that the next book I read would change my life and thankfully, often many of them did. Out of gratitude for the happy life I have now, I decided to share what I have learned, and continue to learn. I hope that Tuesday Tips helps you as much as they have helped and continue to help me. Sand
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2 Responses to #148 – “The biggest disease today is not leprosy or tuberculosis, but rather the feeling of being unwanted, uncared for, and deserted by everybody.” From the book, Love. The Words and Inspiration of Mother Teresa

  1. Tom Bailey says:

    I love quotes from Mother Teresa she had so much wisdom in her words. Thank you for sharing this one. Spending time is a such a great gift that everyone likes to get.

    Kindest regards,
    Tom Bailey

    • sand1 says:

      Thanks Tom,

      It doesn’t take much to make someone happy — just a little kindness.
      I hope you’re having a wonderful holiday.

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