I bumped into a former client of mine the other day, someone that I haven’t seen in about 20 years. We exchanged pleasantries and she said how good she was feeling. And then we both went our separate ways. A few weeks later, I got a letter from her that I want to share with you.
It was nice to see you a couple of weeks ago…. I want to thank you for your past services with regard to my neck injury and to let you know that I have been completely pain free since last leaving your office many years ago. …
It would be nice to know which of the techniques you used that made the difference. Regardless, I am truly grateful for your services, and for the care and attention that you provided to me. I thought that I would be living with neck pain for my entire life. I am forever thankful to you. You have made a very real difference to the quality of my life.
I wish you all the best in the years ahead.
Best regards, C.D.”
It doesn’t really matter what technique I used to help her. What does matter is that you never know, when you do something, what the long term results may be. Getting a note from the past brings that into perspective. What experiences have you, dear reader, had where your actions a long time ago affected someone’s life?