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to the world

Thank you for everything.

Today’s letter was written by Anonymous
Written From: Virginia
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To all the Truck Drivers

As I was driving through the mountains today, it occurred to me that Truck Drivers are unappreciated. So I want to say thank you to all of them. You drive for long hours day and night to move all sorts of things so that everyone is able to go to their nearest store and buy goods to make their own lives easier and better. You miss out on your own family life to drive the highways in all kinds of weather. You have to deal with every type of driver who is on the road at the same time as you and I can not handle how crazy some people drive. So, thank you for working under stressful conditions like, schedules, weather, road construction and crazy drivers to deliver goods for the rest of the population. I will be giving you a wave when I am driving the highways as my way of saying your doing a great job!

Today’s letter was written by Name: Tanya C
Written From: Kelowna BC
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thanks Dave

you mad me smile
and feel good

Today’s letter was written by Anonymous Twitter: Blog: Written From: home
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Anonymous Giver

Dear Anonymous Donor,

Thank you.

There really isn’t much else to say. I just wanted to give back what little I can and inspire others to do the same. I set a modest goal to help raise money and provide water to those who need it.

You didn’t have to do what you did. But thank you so very much. Not only did you contribute in a huge way towards my goal, but you inspired me to hold material things with a loose grip.

I suppose the reality is that it’s not about supporting someone you know helping their cause but simply giving back because we live in abundance.

Thank you for reminding me of that.

– Dave

Today’s letter was written by Name: Dave Twitter: @davesohnchen Blog: http://mycharitywater.org/davesohnchen Written From: Canada
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i just wish i could make you understand that life experiencce is hard and sucks sometimes and you are going to have such heart break with him. it makes my soul cry knowing how much you are hurting and you stay. how many times do you have to get hurt and let down to turn and walk away?? to know that you should respect yourself a little more than what you do. i cry silently for you, you just don’t know it.

mom <3

Today’s letter was written by Anonymous Twitter: Blog: Written From: bed
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Dear hooker who asked me for a ride


I don’t know what you saw in me that made you ask if I would give you a ride across town to 55th/Airport. It wasn’t a far destination, but it wasn’t close by any means. It was late and you looked exhausted. There was not even an ounce of hope in your voice when you called out to me as I unlocked my car outside of a now closing Starbucks.

Furthermore, I don’t know what possessed me to say yes. Frankly, I have never thought less about anything in my whole life. I have a good head on my shoulders and any idiot knows that a girl in her 20s shouldn’t give rides to strangers in the middle of the night.

But I do know that the ride we shared in my truck was the most meaningful conversation I’ve had in a long time. I didn’t lead you to Jesus, and you didn’t bestow upon me some profound life lesson – but for 10 minutes two strangers truly, and legitimately cared about the other one’s life. By no means do we have the same worries, concerns, or difficulties. Life has certainly dealt us different hands, and the world would tell you that I got the better end of that deal. But the heart feels lonely and empty regardless of circumstances, and that night I needed you in my truck just as much as you needed a ride.

So thank you.
Thank you for loving a stranger.
This stranger really needed it.

Today’s letter was written by Name: Twitter: @habakkuk318 Blog: Written From: Austin, TX
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Wednesday Night Sausage Fest

Dear Rowdy Sausage Festers, There's nothing like watching a trainwreck of 6 drunk dudes acting belligerent, punching each other in the head. . . on a Wuesday. Normally I'd be making fun of you for all the obvious reasons; but not today. Ever since I started my new shift at work, things have just seemed a bit off. I get my weekend in the middle week and it never feels quite like a weekend. Last night sitting beside you fine, upstanding gentlemen made it feel like a real weekend. And for that I'm thankful.   -Dave