Kelley decided to write a new promise card everyday. Here’s one of them.
Our Cleveland and Tampa Chapter members wrote personal “Thank You” letters and mailed them out as a s mall Unified Promise in November. Our next Unified Promise will be more charitable in the community, but sometimes we still need to set
a little time aside to thank the people who have been there for us.
We encourage you to take Thanksgiving literally. According to Harvard Medical School, g
ratitude has many health benefits. Read their article for some tips on how to cultivate gratitude, then make a promise 🙂
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“Thank you for everything you have done. Because of you I’m still alive today. A week before you came to my high school. I tried to commit suicide. I still have the note. In fact I kept it thinking it would help me or maybe one day I would actually need it because someone would miss me. When you came and spoke at my school I was majorly depressed. Not wanting to live anymore. But listening to you talk made me realize I’m strong and that I could do it. That day I made a promise to myself that I wouldn’t commit suicide. That I would die of a natural cause and because of that I’m still here today. I am a rape victim, I’ve suffered from abuse my whole life from mental to physical. I’ve never lived in a house for more than six months. I had no hope left inside me. But when I heard your story I was inspired. I still struggle and I still have hard days but I can’t leave this world. Who knows what I will do in the future or If I will have an impact on another persons life. You had an impact on mine. And because of that I’m still alive today.”
This message was sent to us after a because I said I would school assembly. Character Education in schools matter. It helps students build the resilience and self-control needed to face the unfortunate challenges of life.
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