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Re: An Easier & Softer Way,,,Fo The Newcomer !
« Reply #2 on: July 16, 2011, 09:45:05 AM »
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Being stuck way up north I read literature do service in my area,region,and homegroup.New friends new ways of life.Left old friend out there same old story they have .Like helping newcomers , I was one once,have to give back what was freely given to me .

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An Easier & Softer Way,,,Fo The Newcomer !
« Reply #1 on: March 21, 2011, 11:31:20 PM »
Softer Way..for the Newcomer.....Step 1: I had an "Old Clunker" parked in the driveway. I had just about given up on it, but decided to make a whole hearted attempt to restore it. Step 2: I couldn't fix it, but I came to believe someone could. Step 3: I turned the car over to a mechanic. Step 4: I took an inventory of all that was wrong with the "Old Clunker." Step 5: I shared the inventory with the mechanic. Step 6: I helped take off the old parts. Step 7: I let the mechanic handle the rest. Step 8: We made a list of all the parts that were needed, and got together and went over them. Step 9: I admitted I hadn't checked the oil and fluids properly, or fixed the other things that were going wrong. It was my responsibility to take care of the car, and I had not. I wanted to help, but being unfamiliar with the process, I allowed the mechanic to fix things. The car turned out beautifully! Step 10: I checked the oil, fluids, tires etc. more regularly, and when I didn't the engine didn't hummmmm. Step 11: I called on the mechanic whenever there was trouble, asking him to fix the car. Step 12: That mechanic and I had become such close friends... we decided to take a trip across the country, and stopped to help all that needed it along the way.
Being stuck way up north I read literature do service in my area,region,and homegroup.New friends new ways of life.Left old friend out there same old story they have .Like helping newcomers , I was one once,have to give back what was freely given to me .