Xvxn though my typxwritxr is an old modxl
It works quitx wxll xxcxpt for onx of thx kxys.
Thxrx arx forty-onx kxys that function, but
Just onx kxy not working makxs thx diffxrxncx.
Somxtimxs it sxxms that an organization is
Likx my typxwritxr—that not all thx kxy
Pxoplx arx working propxrly.
You may say, “Wxll, I’m only onx pxrson:
I don’t makx or brxak an organization.”
But a succxssful organization, to bx xffxctivx,
Rxquirxs thx activx participation of xvxry mxmbxr.
So thx nxxt timx you think that your xfforts arx not
Nxxdxd, rxmxmbxr my old typxwritxr and say to
Yoursxlf: “I AM A VXRY KXY PXRSON IN OUR
ORGANIZATION AND I AM NXXDXD VXRY MUCH!”
This has been around for a long time, but I just got it from a dear old friend in Orem, Utah (she got it in 1981), and need to pass this on to you. I’m not sure who the original author was (but it is well worth your effort. Thank you.)
I hope this thought helps you (and all of us) realize the contribution we each make to the lives of others, at home, at work, and in everything we do. Our greatest joys in life come when we have served someone else.