With Mother’s day just over a week behind us gratitude is a value most likely fresh on our minds. As we discussed a few weeks back, the challenge to make meaningful use of what is, is to be truly grateful for all things that come our way. How are you doing with that task? Where are you finding difficulties and where are you finding success? The impact of living in gratitude is so robust that once you fully reach it, it’s nearly impossible to imagine living life any other way.
Thanksgiving may be in the wind but that doesn’t mean our gratitude should be too. Each new day gives us something to be grateful for. Gratitude shouldn’t be a passing ship or a notion of a specific day. Gratitude should be a constant. The fuel to rise, to do, and to be. I came across something the other day that read... Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity.
I know I spoke about gratitude a few months ago but I couldn’t help to circle back to its importance this week as I am consistently reminded to give thanks. How often in life do you sit back and actually count your blessings. Over the past few weeks I have encountered a multitude of emotions from life lost to love gained and everything in between. The most important thing it has taught me is that above all else gratitude is what really matters. As our days become busier and b
I initially brainstormed around several different topics that I wanted to discuss this week but after a recent conversation with my mom there’s one fundamental element that I can’t seem to shake and that is one of gratitude. With all this talk about change and cultivating the life you want we often get distracted from all that we currently have and the foundations that allow us to propel forward in the ways which we possibly could never imagine. The idea of being grateful for