What Now?

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So what to do with a Mitzvah Blog intended to chronicle 1000 mitzvahs now that I have hit my goal?

Share stories that I have heard or hear about others doing mitzvahs or acts of kindness. There are so many people around the world doing wonderful mitzvahs.  I have committed to limiting my negative news and focusing on the positive stories that are just as prevalent. This will continue to be my way to inspire and help others looking to do their own acts of kindness. If you have any great stories that need to be told, please send them my way!

Mitzvahs of Commerce

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Food for thought about customer service

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When a Natural Disaster Hits a Place you know…

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Happy 18th Anniversary!

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