Dear Friend: What You've Always Wanted to Thank a Friend for But Never Got Around to Saying

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Sourcebooks, Incorporated, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 97 pages
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A book to give to an old friend, a new friend, someone you would like to be a friend or someone who simply needs a friend.

Dear Friend...thanks for reminding me that all friendship first begins with self-friendship.
Dear Friend...thanks for gambling on me. If we look at our friends and feel lucky, we are.
Dear Friend...thanks for teaching me not to be blind to friendship even if you sometimes have to close one eye to make a friend and sometimes two to keep a friend.

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Noah benShea is an international bestselling author, philosopher, poet, scholar and public speaker. In 1998, Noah gave an address titled "Toward a Caring Society" at the Library of Congress, to which the entire legislative branch of government and the diplomatic corps were invited. Throughout the past year, his activities have included a weekly radio show, a daily TV feature, celebrity author luncheons, and numerous speaking engagements. His previous books include Jacob the Baker, Jacob's Journey and Remember This My Children.Noah can be reached at www.noahswindow.com. Noah benShea is an international bestselling author, philosopher, poet, scholar and public speaker. In 1998, Noah gave an address titled "Toward a Caring Society" at the Library of Congress, to which the entire legislative branch of government and the diplomatic corps were invited. Throughout the past year, his activities have included a weekly radio show, a daily TV feature, celebrity author luncheons, and numerous speaking engagements. His previous books include Jacob the Baker, Jacob's Journey and Remember This My Children.Noah can be reached at www.noahswindow.com.

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