Attitude of Gratitude is an awareness, a reflection on thankfulness.
In the last 3 or 4 weeks, I have been thinking a lot about where I have been in my life in the last year and in the last six years. I have been contemplating the whole flow and thinking about all that I can do now that I couldn’t or didn’t do six years ago.
We often think that as we chronologically age, we begin to find challenges to our physical abilities. And while that might be true in some regards, I have found that I am more active and more physically capable than I was 6 years ago.
For me, divorce let me out of a cave that had trapped me from me. And now I am able to feel and see myself in full light.
I have made a list of all that I do now that I didn’t do 6 years ago. It’s becoming quite the list. And as I take it in, I am stunned at what has become my life! And amongst many emotions and feelings, I am grateful, thankful, blissfully so.
Gratitude is an opening to the wideness of the world, a willingness to openly give and receive.
Gratitude acknowledges the wonderfulness of your world and creates a connection between you and the flow of All That Is.
In the fullness of who I am becoming, I give thanks for my journey. Certainly not what I thought it would be. Instead so much more.
And within this fullness, I feel an attitude of gratitude for all the blessings of my life.
My heart gives thanks!
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