“All that I am, or hope to be, I owe to my angel mother”. Abraham Lincoln
“A hundred times every day I remind myself that my inner and outer life are based on the labours of other men living and dead, and that I must exert myself in other to give the same measure as I have received”. Albert Einstein

As you think about what those two great men said, you will realize great wisdom in their words.

Who isn’t indebted? We all are. First we are indebted to God for creating us and this amazing planet that we live in.

We are indebted to our parents because they are responsible for bringing us into this world.

We are indebted to the doctors, nurses, midwives and other hospital personnel for they part they played in making our
arrival safe.

We are indebted to the school and educational system we learned how to read and write, which are critical to our lives.

We are indebted to the pastors, priests and other religious leaders who taught us the essence of life by instructing us in the character qualities that are important to us.

We are indebted to the people whose messages, blogs, and websites have been encouraging as well as informative.

We are indebted to our country and our leaders, and others who have committed their lives to service.

When you look at your life, you will discover notice that the list is endless. We have a huge debt, and one way to repay it is to express thanks and gratitude to the people who make our lives worth living.

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