Oct 7, 2012-- Woody Davis was the kind of neighbor every community wishes they had. Throughout his lifetime in the small town of Corbett, Oregon, Woody used his jack-of-all-trades skills doing favors for people -- "thousands of good deeds." He took care of their needs on his own initiative, without ever asking anything for himself. Diagnosed with ALS, Woody faced what he bravely called "dying slowly". But the townsfolk of Corbett would not let him go without showing their appreciation for the gifts he had given them and the magic his generosity brought to their community. (4303 reads)
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A man is rich in proportion to the number of things he can afford to let alone.
Henry David Thoreau
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