It’s Not How Much You Have

Many of us grew up not knowing the true character of our parents.  Sadly, it is only much later that we find the evidence that changes our perception of who our parents really were.  I found this video exceptionally inspirational and I hope you will as well.

About J T Weaver

The author of "Uphill Both Ways," a thought provoking series of stories about life, family, and growing up.
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27 Responses to It’s Not How Much You Have

  1. Thank you! I’m still wiping away the tears!

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  2. JT, Neat website yourself! Thanks for the “Follow” on my ‘Excuse Us For Living” website! Phil

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  3. Karin Van den Bergh says:

    Touching story. The miracle of happiness; the more we share, the more we receive

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  4. “Being rich is not about how much you have, it’s about how much you can give:.. I know a boy in this household who will watch this tonight. Thanks JT!

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  5. Heart wrenching/heart warming!

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  6. ksbeth says:

    this is wonderful. and so good to see you again. b

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  7. JT, I shared your post on my Facebook page. Such a rich message about love and living well. Thank you.

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  8. joannesisco says:

    Very beautiful. Thank you.

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  9. Wow, brought tears to my eyes. I pray I am an inspiration to my sons however after seeing this I realize I don’t give back nearly enough. It truly is not about what you have, but what you give. Thanks for the inspiration.

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  10. davidprosser says:

    What a very touching story as well as a good lesson in kindness.

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  11. Bonnie says:

    Wow. What a beautiful story. Thank you for your post…

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