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
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
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
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Copyright 2005 Linda Miller