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Sometimes people just need hugs.
Sometimes they don’t.
It seems like a great idea, giving out free hugs, so why would this movement be banned in some cities?
I was reading the story of how this guy started the “Free Hugs Campaign,” and I started thinking about all of the people we pass on a daily basis that are on the brink of self-destruction. The people who are in bad relationships, or have an addiction that they want to kick, but don’t think that anyone will help them through it.
What if the only thing they really need to save them from themselves, so to speak, is a hug?
That seems pretty simplistic, but there are people who are hurting so badly that all they can think is if anyone would notice if they weren’t there, because, nobody really notices that they are there.
Everyone should know that they matter. They should know that they were beautifully and wonderfully created by someone who loves them unconditionally. No matter where they are, they should feel loved.
It’s not difficult to show someone you love them. Even with just a smile, you can show someone that you care.
“Hugging is all natural: it is organic, naturally sweet, it has no pesticides, no preservatives, no artificial ingredients, and is 100% wholesome.
Hugging is practically perfect: there are no movable parts, no batteries to replace, no periodic check-ups, has low energy consumption, high energy yield, is inflation-proof, non-fattening, has no monthly payments, no insurance requirements, is theft-proof, non-taxable, non-polluting, and is, of course, fully refundable.”
— Sharon Lindsey —
I’m done. Go hug someone.