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Footprints in the Snow

hinking and caring for others instead of brooding over personal troubles can boost one’s mental health and emotional well-being. John’s providential rescue and dramatic return from the brink is a poignant example of this at work. Although Pam’s superhuman efforts were by no means less than heroic, what really brought John back from the jaws of death was that critical moment when he came out of his stupor

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