To the anonymous people in my life the last few years, I just want to say thank you. Thank you for being there at just the right time. Thank you for doing what you did or saying what you said without ever knowing the effect you would have. Anonymous people, you touched my heart.
I’m even more overwhelmed because I know that so often I focus on outcomes, on results, on progress. I have probably missed a chance to be an anonymous encourager because I was afraid of either no response or a negative response.
Thank you, Anonymous people, for being a reminder that sometimes we can’t see eternal consequences. Sometimes, we have to travel to a dead end. Not because it gets us anywhere, but maybe because it leads someone away from that dead end.
Thank you, anonymous people, for being a part of my life. You were more a part than you will ever know.