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One of the highest of human duties is the duty of encouragement…It is easy to laugh at men’s ideals; it is easy to pour cold water on their enthusiasm; it is easy to discourage others. The world is full of discouragers. We have a duty to encourage one another. Many a time a word of praise or thanks or appreciation or cheer has kept a man on his feet. Blessed is the man who speaks such a word.”

– William Barclay

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9 replies

  1. I absolutely agree with this!! You never know how much a positive word can really encourage a person sometimes!

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  2. Amen. We all need that person at different times, but more importantly we can all be that person as often as we choose.

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  3. We spend too much time tearing each other down when we should be lifting each other. Everyone needs the encouragement of others at some point and I like to surround myself with people that are supportive and that I support. There’s no room in my life for toxic people. If I reach out a supportive hand repeatedly only to bring back a bloody stump. I will stop.

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  4. That is so true. When we are children, a little encouragement makes us believe in yourself and we can carry that throughout the life. There is a comic which I can relate to the article The link is: https://zenpencils.com/comic/kevinsmith/

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  5. Thanks for liking my work
    Just went over yours, and will be back for more
    Have a great day
    Cheers mate!

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