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The Magic Of Email

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These days email is taken for granted and used perhaps without fully appreciating its power.

For example, recently I had some concerns about whether or not my newsletter was being properly delivered through the automated service that I use.

I decided to send a note to my subscribers and ask them to simply reply to let me know that they received my message which was sent through the same automated system.

Very soon I began to receive hundreds of replies from all over the world to let me know my message was getting through. I replied to each one personally to express my gratitude for their reply and for my appreciation of the ease of communication through the World Wide Web.

The messages I received were not limited to simple replies to let me know that my newsletter was being received. I began to receive the most wonderful testimonials of gratitude!

Subscribers wrote to tell me that my newsletter makes a difference in their lives - and that they forward it to friends they care about.

I began several profound email exchanges with subscribers who told me that something they read in my newsletter had been a turning point for them after years of not knowing that they could live life differently.

Imagine how I felt to learn that one simple thing I shared could make such a difference in someone's life!

I was overjoyed!

Email is a powerful tool and it can be used to do good in the world. The next time you send an email, know that you could just be putting a smile on someone's face or communicating with someone who needs to to be touched by something that you say.

Just think! If I had not sent that one little email, I may never have known I was making a difference in a big way!

May your email make a difference in someone's life today!

Copyright 2005 Linda Miller is a Spiritual Entrepreneur whose quest is to empower others to deliberately create true abundance and prosperity while contributing to increasing the consciousness of the world. This article may be distributed freely, provided that this resource box is included in its entirety.

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Copyright 2005 Linda Miller

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