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Subject: [SusansDailyDose] DAILYDOSE for Labor Day
Today is Monday,
September 3rd, 2007
Labor Day, the first
Monday in September,
is a creation of the
and is dedicated to
the social and economic
American workers. It constitutes
a yearly national
tribute to the contributions
workers have made to
well-being of our country.
There is no such thing
Today is a
"Happy Labor Day!"
1967: Voters in South Vietnam
military leader Nguyen Van Thieu
president under a new constitution.
remain in power until the last days
lands on the
surface of Mars, where it
soil and climate and sends
back some of the
Daily Quotes &
God sells us all things at
the price of labor.
~Leonardo da Vinci
Work isn't to make money;
you work to justify life.
God give me
work, till my life shall end
And life, till my work is done.
~Epitaph of Winifred Holtby
I wish you all a safe
fun-filled Happy Labor
Be safe, always be
aware of everything
and everyone around
I am grateful for all of my
After each one was and is overcome,
I have became stronger and more
able to meet those that are still to
I grow in my challenges.
"With the past, I have nothing to do;
nor with the
future. I live now."
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