To The Daily Sun,
I would like to take this opportunity to express my profound appreciation to those wonderful people at N.H. Employment Security on Union Avenue. Being a physically disabled person I have been faced with a magnitude of obstacles in the past year, both psychically and emotionally. In that abyss of my own depression I found a level of genuine compassion has been extended to me by virtue of the Employment Security staff. They have been insurmountable in restoring my sense of spirit. As some people can be in contemptuous it is easy for one to become disillusioned with the absurdity of self failure. This is not the case at the Laconia Employment Security office. The staff articulates a sense of worthiness to every client who enters, disabled or not. Several programs existed to those in need that are never frivolous in nature. However, they are simplified to meet the needs of the common person such as myself. I am now a perpetual optimist if I may add my own sense of situational humor.
I greatly appreciate this public resource for myself and others. I feel that the best one can do is to share what is available to them. I share my knowledge of the credibility of employment security right here in Laconia. They have a real empathy for people, the basic consensus of endurance, patience and understanding.
Our 37th president spoke of a "silent majority". In essence a pragmatism to the common man, not to forget the common man, but to replenish the hope of stability and belonging to each individual. Employment security offers the hope with the hallmark of the wish for each client to be a contribution to the work force and to themselves.
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