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Old 04-23-2008, 03:41 PM   #1
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A dear old friend from back home sent us a Dayspring e-mail card. So I click open the mail, and then I click the link to Dayspring, and then I click open the card, and this beautiful guitar starts playing, and these bees are flying around the flowers, and these nice expressions start appearing. All beautiful, but I've got things to do -- in a hurry. So it loses significance.

Then, The American Jewish Committee sends their packaged Passover card. I click open the e-mail, and it is small but very beautiful and expertly designed, and there is a powerful but quick two sentence message. And click, I'm back to what I was doing in just seconds. This is a very smart thing...very smart.... Maybe, I'll learn something from it.

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