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Day 100: The Law Of Appreciation

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From theromanticity.com

Prov. 27:9 (GW) Perfume and incense make the heart glad, but the sweetness of a friend is a fragrant forest.
 
Welcome to #WinningWithPeople Series! Today, let’s talk about one vital rule of relationships – Appreciation.
 
When last did you sincerely appreciate a loved one, or even a friend? When last did you commend the works or contributions of your team member at work?
 
The law of appreciation states that whatever you don’t appreciate depreciates in value.
 
Many times we don’t value what we have until we lose it. But it doesn’t have to get to that point. Learn to appreciate the friends around you today while they are still around!

The law of appreciation states that whatever you don’t appreciate depreciates in value.

Send Thank You notes to your loved ones once in a while. Find a way of showing that you appreciate and value their friendship. Little things matter here, so your appreciation doesn’t have to be elaborate.
 
Appreciate someone today, and you’ll see him become more valuable to you!

Prayer:

Like a fragrant forest dear Lord, please grant me the grace to start an appreciation crusade with the people around me. Amen.
 

Francis Adebayo© 2015

Francis Adebayo is the Senior Pastor of Harvest Place, #10, Emmanuel Street, Maryland, Lagos.
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About Funmi Adebayo

Funmi is a Content Creator and Digital Marketer. She helps Professionals and Startups enhance their online visibility, thereby improving their lead generation and conversion rates. When she's not working, she's busy listening to classical music whilst reading or writing another blog post, poem or devotional.

2 comments on “Day 100: The Law Of Appreciation

  1. Pat
    April 17, 2015

    Great message we all need to show appreciation in so many ways throughout our lives.

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    • Funmi Adebayo
      April 17, 2015

      True. Glad you loved it Pat. Thanks for visiting.

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