Have you seen the movie “Pay it Forward”?
If you haven’t, you probably should. Let me tell you why…
In this movie, a young boy teaches the adults a very big lesson by a concept he calls “pay it forward”.
Pay it forward is used to describe the concept of asking that a good deed be repaid by performing one for someone else.
In other words, if I did a good deed for you, you would not do a good deed for me, instead you would find someone else and do a good deed for them.
This is not a new concept but one made popular by the movie. In fact, in 1916 author Lily Hammond wrote, “You don’t pay love back, you pay it forward”.
So here is our request to you: if you have received anything of value from visiting our office, we would like you to pay it forward. If you have gotten pain relief… or good advice about health…. or friendship… or anything at all… go do something good for someone else.
It doesn’t have to be a big thing. It just has to be something. You never know how much of an impact just being nice to someone can have on their life.
It can make all the difference in the world to that person… so please, pay it forward.
Dr. Kathleen Nazar Corbett & Dr. Jim Corbett