One of the greatest habits that people can develop is to say “thank you” immediately after someone has done something to deserve such recognition.
Often, it is either an inherent shyness or perhaps the inability to say the right words in the right manner that keeps people from saying “thank you” immediately. As a result, and unfortunately, it can be a long time before an expression of appreciation is said.
Of course, having just commended the virtue of saying “thank you” frequently, it’s time for our once-a-year column devoted to giving thanks to just a few of the many groups that deserve much appreciation:
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