All of us are in debt...We are indebted to our parents because they were responsible for bringing us into the world. Next, we're indebted to the doctors, nurses, aides, orderlies, and other hospital personnel for the parts they played in making our arrival a safe and healthy one.
We're indebted to the educational structure where we learned reading, writing and arithmetic, which are critical to our lives...
We are in debt to all the pastors, priests and rabbis who taught us the essence of life by instructing us in the character qualities that are important to us, regardless of our chosen field of endeavor--athletics, medicine, education, business, or government.
We certainly owe a debt to people whose messages have been encouraging as well as informative and instructional. We are deeply in debt to public servants who commit their lives to service through appointed or elected offices...The list is endless...We have a heavy debt, and one way to repay that debt is to regularly express thanks and gratitude to the men and women who make our lives worth living...Thank a lot of people, and you will accumulate many friends and enjoy life more.