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“God must have loved ordinary people, because he made so many of us…  But everyday, ordinary people do extraordinary things!” – Jim Valvano.

And don’t think “extraordinary” has to be profoundly “great” because it can be something beautifully simple by what you accomplish each day, how you change your life for the better by doing it, whose lives you touch (even unknowingly) in the process, and who finds some hope and inspiration from what each thing you end up doing.  It really doesn’t take as much as you think so long as you do at least something as good equal to, or even better, than the day before!  Just don’t think about it so much because what we may view as the simplistic and seemingly “ordinary” acts or gestures, consistently done, can generate the most “extraordinary” rewards in the end.  God, I love Coach V!