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Have You Hugged Someone Today?

Filed under: Motivation — by Glenda at 1:54 pm on Thursday, August 27, 2009

With my husband being in hospital with pneumonia since last Monday and physical contact being limited by protective garb, i have been thinking a lot about hugs. Like the power of smiles, hugs are free to give, yet can mean so much to receive.

Hugs can:

  • acknowledge an individual’s existence;
  • offer comfort and support;
  • say “I understand”;
  • uplift one’s spirit;
  • offer hope; and,
  • celebrate a moment.

Isn’t it amazing how one simple act can do so much!

I can only imagine the impact fellow SOBCon: Biz School for Bloggers alum Gail Lynne Goodwin and her husband Darryl Slattengren will have when they circumnavigate the world small prop plane,  delivering 100,000 hugs on their Global Hug Tour.

Have you hugged someone today?

Hugs,
Glenda

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Comment by City Chic's Dad

August 27, 2009 @ 5:37 pm

Please accept my HUG and pass it on to your husband when he gets better.

Get well soon,
Steve (City Chic’s Dad)

Comment by Glenda

August 27, 2009 @ 10:14 pm

Hey Steve, thanks for stopping by! And thanks for the hug. How is it going out on the farm?

Comment by Joanna Young

August 28, 2009 @ 12:13 am

Oh Glenda, I’m so sorry to hear he’s in hospital – that must be hard for you both. Here’s a huge virtual hug for you

x

Comment by Emma

August 28, 2009 @ 2:21 am

Sending virtual hugs to you and your husband. I’m so sorry to read that he is ill and in hospital. Wishing him a speedy recovery.
Hope that you aren’t feeling too lost and lonely without your husband around at home.

Comment by Jannie Funster

August 29, 2009 @ 7:28 pm

Hope hubby’s better soon.

Hugs are great! And how about the Levity Project where you get together and laugh for 15 minutes.

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