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Computer Tech Stereotypes Redefined

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Amit

Hubbardston, MA
United States
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Charity starts at home. We tend to forget how much our wives do for us, and sacrifices they make as a woman. Started by making my wife breakfast in bed. One small good deed goes a long way. On a busy traffic day, if someone is struggling to merge into traffic, I either create a little space or let the person go. I believe in karma, what goes around comes around. The guy I help will help someone else, and one day someone will be generous enough to let me through. Respect and help elders. Talk to them. They have enough stories and experiences to tell but some times no one to talk to.
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Because even if one person is better today thinking about things I said, I made a whole lot of difference in this world.

Amanda

Oxford, MA
United States
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I am a health and wellness coach, working to get my community to a healthu active lifestyle. I am also a local farmer working to raise awareness of the destruction of farm land
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