I don’t think we need to be noticed

in order to be nice.

     I don’t think we need to be thanked

in order to be considerate.

     I don’t think we need to be asked

in order to offer or to actually be helpful.

     I don’t think we need to be rewarded

in order to behave decently.

Now, I normally don’t put much faith in thinking,
and I recognize all the thinking going on in the above statements . . .

But sometimes thinking people need some things to think about . . .

I may just be me.

And that’s OK.

I know how I’ve chosen to live.

We’re all just wondering about you.

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