Lessons from a Child

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I'm working late again, thinking about marketing, the economy, wondering can we as Realtors really make a difference (weak moment). Then I see this video of a child, abandoned, blind and it makes you step back and rethink. Even tough I am deaf, I can "pay" to hear through hearings. While my hearing isn't like most, this child is able to express herself through music. I am humbled.
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Anne Hensel
Realtor - Broker - St. Pete Beach, Treasure Island
South Beaches Real Estate Professionals

Yes, it gives me goosebumps too.

THIS IS A WONDEFUL POST.

Anne

July 10, 2008 07:26 PM
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Sonja Patterson

Thank you for sharing this wonderful story.  This little lady will inspire many people!! :)

July 10, 2008 07:49 PM
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Gregory Lohr
Freedom Foreclosure Prevention Services

I play two instruments, and dabble a bit on the piano, and that is awesome.  Started at 3 and now at 5...truly amazing!

July 10, 2008 08:07 PM
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Barb Van Stensel

Anne - I agree with you - it just sent chills up and down my spine.  Gave me a dose of reality at the same time.

Sonja - thank you!

Gregory - Piano and flute on my end.  Started at 4 with the theory.  But at five, I was driving my family crazy - this little jewel is such a blessing!

July 10, 2008 09:07 PM
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