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The Golden Rule

The golden rule, treating other people as you would like to be treated....

Easy to do except for those that are not like us the mentally or physically handicapped. We laugh, point, and turn the other way. But wait! Have you ever heard a person say "I can't see without my glasses?" A person with glasses is ok but a blind person, no. A short person has only to find a stool, chair, or ladder to be tall. Someone in a wheelchair just stays short. If I were only seven feet tall, that would be great! But not all tall people are basketball stars. Beds are too short, cars too small, door openings four inches too low, And where do you buy your clothes? The handicapped person's biggest hardship is the way we treat them. So the next time you could be of service to someone in need, help them get the door to a happier and easier life.

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