No, the group I'm referring to is really too big to do justice to. It includes so many people who, in the wake of transformation, I realize were pivotal in contributing to me and shaping my life, the people for whom not thanking in this aftermath of transformation and the resultant cleaning up my life, would be a blatant withhold.
Thank you people who assist. Thank you program leaders. Thank you staff. Thank you executives. Thank you Werner. Thank you children. Thank you parents. Thank you family. Thank you friends. Thank you junior and high school teachers. Thank you scout masters. Thank you programming mentors. Thank you yoga instructors. Thank you university lecturers. Thank you spirit, religion, and philosophy guides.
Thank you personally for listening for these Conversations For Transformation in a way which inspires me and supports me bringing them forth ongoingly. If you're reading this, you know who you are. Equally as important: I know who you are.
Thanking is a purely linguistic act - which is to say thanking requires no accompanying physical action besides articulating the words "I thank you". It's the essential component of thanking. Expensive gifts aren't as powerful in recognizing the contribution people make, as "I thank you". I'd like to suggest why this is so. It's because the profound contribution people make (and especially the kinds of contribution I'm referring to here) comes from who we really are.
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