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Celebrate with gratitude the gifts within each new day. Take nothing for granted.
You can always find reasons to feel offended. We encourage you instead to find reasons for gratitude and happiness. Your world, and the world of those around you, will become much brighter.
Focus on creating memories, not the distractions created by the busyness. The busyness is a product of the mind, while the memories are a product of the heart. Be sure to take time to quiet the mind and listen … Continue reading
Experience all that surrounds you in each new moment, as that is the essence of life. It is in waiting for your expectations of tomorrow that keeps you trapped and your muscles tight. Be here now and your muscles will … Continue reading
Never forget, gratitude never gets old, never is out of style, or never is inappropriate for the occasion. In every situation there is something to learn and be grateful for. It may take time and searching to understand this fact, … Continue reading
You can’t see the wind . . . but you know it is there . . . it exists. You can’t see it with your eyes but you feel it . . . you experience it. At times you can … Continue reading
Grateful moments make for a grateful day. Grateful days make for a grateful life. Be sure to acknowledge, as they appear the people, places and things for which you are grateful.
Have gratitude this day, for it is a day to acknowledge the blessings as they continue to unfold, while having empathy for those you encounter that are struggling. You grow with gratitude just as you grow with empathy, for both … Continue reading
Love, forgiveness and gratitude opens the flow of energy to heal all things, be they physical, mental or spiritual. Yes, all things, it is that basic. The challenge becomes when the mind is programed to embrace such things as fear, … Continue reading
You build your world with thankfulness and forgiveness. The more thankful and forgiving you are, the more vibrant your world becomes. The less thankful and forgiving you are, the darker your world becomes.