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The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them, make them. ( Bernard Shaw )

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Lying disguises our mortality, our inadequacies, our fears and anxieties, our loneliness in the midst of the crowd. We yearn for the comfort of familiar lies to create a more amenable reality. (Howards Mel, USAwriter)

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The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for circumstances they want, and if they cannot find them, make them. ( Bernard Shaw )

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The thing is-the thing is that THE most exciting thing about a special ecperience or place is sharing it with someone else. Sure, if you share it with everyone-even personally and in intimate settings-it will lose its specialness through repetition or marketization.

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Venkat S

Hi Simon,

Even in business when the customers are few, they get special attention. Shopping malls might not give the personnel touch we receive in a small shop.

There seems to be a space for small businesses for ever as long as we value some thing special.

Your story induces this thinking and thank you.

Marek

I love such stories. Thank you for sharing Simon.

P.S. My two favourite movies show simple humane stories of how simple, normal actions, deepen relations. All the magic in them comes from unspoken, but felt part. "Once" and "Garden State" I'd recommend watching to almost anyone.

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you are right on. Over the years I had many people suggest to take callmom4resources.com to the next level and start making money. "Get out of the weeds" was a common mantra. People are not "business" and should not be franchised. I do however re-create my model for communities that have a need and want to serve(for free)and don't mind paying the bills with money earned for caring for Alzheimer patients.

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I really love that stuff from Vosges. I'm here in Chicago (their home market) and love going to their chocolate shop on Armitage in the city. And that Mo's Bacon Bar is the best. They do one as well with a chili and another with a yellow curry that are equally to die for. Oh, and the sea salt and almonds. I guess they don't have a bad one in the lot. Thanks for the writings. Love it.

Faranak

Thank you, for sharing this small, though special, post Simon. It comes - as these things always do - just at the right moment.

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