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Pay It Forward Stories

A collection of your stories from around the world that give hope, provide strength, and inspire others to pay it forward everyday.

A Symbol of Strength

I was given this Key during the worst time in my life, during miscarriages and failed IVF cycles. I never was successful in becoming pregnant. The friend that gave this to me went through similar situations and knew I needed a symbol of strength. Today another friend who is experiencing her first pregnancy has also been diagnosed with cancer. She will have to receive chemo during her pregnancy and even more after delivery. She is a fighter, and I know she can get through this. She is going to be a beautiful mother and her baby has the toughest mom...

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Sharing My Faith

Every day since last January, I've worn this necklace. Many people thought it was a key to my house or my dorm, but it has so much more meaning than that. Over the last year, I have seen the Lord do incredible things not only in my life, but in lives around me. There have been obstacles, are there still are to this day, but it's because of the word Faith that I can praise Him through the good and bad in my life. Yesterday, my friends and I were sitting in line for Winter Jam playing a game when a...

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Strength To Move Forward

Although STRENGTH cannot be gifted, it was given as a reminder of the inner STRENGTH needed to keep moving forward and on to better days... -Anthony

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Key To My Heart

My girlfriend was on a cruise and we had to celebrate Valentine's Day from a distance. While she was gone I went and got a Giving Key necklace that said Love on it. When she got back, I surprised her with it and the reaction I got from her was worth a million dollars :) I gave it to her and told her it is the key to my heart and that she deserves to keep it. I recommend anyone else to buy one of these too! -Devin

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Live Boldly

I first received this necklace as a gift my sophomore year. The word Fearless is engraved on one side. I remember wearing it nearly every day as a reminder to live boldly, to live without worry. I first gave the necklace to my older brother, Blake, when he left to attend the University of Oslo in hopes that he too would live out this mantra. As of six months ago, I gave it to Max who was leaving on mission to serve in Guatemala, Lesotho, South Africa, and Cambodia. I gave it with the same intentions as I did with...

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