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The best gift I ever gave was a collection of relax-ation music to one of my friend who are very stressed by the long road to her work and the type of work she do. Sometime, she tell me again that was the best gift that she have received
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I think the best gift I ever gave was knowing that 36,000 people and families wouldn't go hungry for another week. Me and a bunch of my friends and family and anyone else who wanted to help out came and gathered in a wearhouse and we packed over 250,000 bundles of food and water, and clothing. Then we shiped all the packages to starving packages in Africa. That is certanly the best gift I ever gave.
I believe that the best present that I had ever given to someone would have to be my mom's present of a scrapbook. I worked really hard on it for her 40th birthday, and it included everything that she liked in it. At the end, it said, "Happy 40th Birthday Mom." She started crying because she was so happy that I spent so much time handmaking it for her.
If we're talking about the present that received the best reaction, I would have to say a box of legos that I gave to a friend of mine. He unwrapped it and began jumping around with joy.
If we're talking about the one I put the most thought into, I would say the DVD I made for my pastor when he retired. It was a DVD of pictures of him (and some of people of the congregation) set to the Ray Boltz song 'Thank You'. I also created a label for the DVD that had a picture I had taken of my church on it. It turned out wonderfully. It was included in a scrapbook that a few other members of the congregation made for him and gave to him on his last day, so I don't know if he's watched it yet. But that was definitely the gift that I put the most work and heart and thought into.
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