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I  never ask my blog readers to buy anything, except a couple of times a
year I ask for a contribution to a charity that is near and dear to my
heart; SAY (Stuttering Association for the Young). As a youngster, and even
as an adult, I experienced stuttering first hand. And it made me what I am

I am fortunate and blessed to have achieved many of my dreams and that’s
why I am so passionate about helping kids who stutter. I know the
humiliation, the teasing, the embarrassment, the tears of anger and
frustration and the low self-esteem they feel because I felt that too. Like
Moses, who had a stutter, he was driven to succeed because of his trials as
a child.

In this world, everyone is given obstacles, some more serious and painful
than others. Part of our intellectual, emotional and spiritual growth is to
use them as motivations and not merely restrictions.

Sometimes the challenges we are given becomes the accomplishments.

So today I am asking that you go to

See for yourself what SAY does and how you can be a part of our fourth
annual bowling benefit just by clicking the donate button. Then use your
credit card and donate any amount, $10, $50 or $100 or whatever you feel
good about.

And if you’re in the NYC area October 26th, please join us. Please know
that SAY and the entire organization of specialists and volunteers are
doing the needed work to help each child who stutters feel like his voice
matters and that stuttering cannot and will not cast a pall on his dreams.

“That which limits us can also empower us.”  Moses

My heartfelt thanks to you in advance.

Best regards

www.SAY.ORG is The Stuttering Association for the Young and is a non-profit
organization that empowers young people who stutter and inspires the world
   to treat them with compassion and respect, so they can achieve their

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