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Where's the Salt!

Don't blame, don't complain. A simple phrase that can change your life.

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Published: July 9, 2011

Visitor Comments: 73

(69) Lynda, May 7, 2014 1:00 PM

My husband does this. I do too in a different way. I don't feel entitled a lot of the time. I'm not one to say I deserve what everyone else has...but sometimes I do get envious. Lori's points are soooo very true. I really don't complain about traffic and I can tet a lot go by. I just wish more ppl were kind & caring like me. I'm the one who ALWAYS lets ppl go ahead at the store if they have 5 items or less. No matter what. And I have 4 kids & plenty to do. But I enjoy all the little things you can do to help others. And I hope to do more of these little things.

(68) Anonymous, September 25, 2012 2:02 AM

How beautiful!!! Just the way we ought to begin the New Year, being grateful

(67) Natalie, February 29, 2012 7:56 PM

Wow it is amazing how just one little clip can change the way you feel. Great work

(66) ruth, November 3, 2011 7:07 PM

stop being dor hamidbar eternal complainers

i love your article, its great and true. \ i hate hate hate hate hate complaints. it irritates me so much.\a person who cannot say thank you to hashem can not say thank you to any person either. its arrogance and stupidity and that is the ugliest marriage ever

(65) Anonymous, November 3, 2011 9:28 AM

10 reasons to smile

i will send you my 10 reasons they are not what you are expecting - in hebrew nd english they are out in my garden.

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