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Be kind to others

Dear Editor:

What kind of world is it when skiing and partying are more important than kindness and decency? We live in a town focused on fun but what kind of message are we sending to our children when we forgo common courtesy for lunch at Bonnies?

Perhaps we forgot the golden rule … do unto others as you would have them do to you. It is important to remember to take the time to treat people with kindness and respect. The slopes will still be there if you take five minutes to help someone in need. It starts with each one of us.

One by one, we can change the world if we just take the time to be kind.

Renee Grossman


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