resilience, despite the negative climate in the world
my speed. instead of rushing around with daily activities i should slow down and notice things
eat dessert first :). in other words, enjoy every moment
that most people are good people, doing small acts of kindness everyday that don’t get noticed, and that there’s still cake 🙂
giving has increased my propensity(big word for me 🙂 ) to give more because of the joy that giving brings to others.
a change in perspective has allowed me to be open to the other person’s point of view, thereby making the situation less tense
worry would instantly melt away like ice cream in 90 degree weather, with sprinkles 🙂
entrepreneurship and donuts 🙂
a photo of my family on my desk and that
delicious blueberry muffin waiting to be eaten 🙂
opportunity. the opportunity to enjoy or grow from
whatever comes today
be grateful=be happy
seeing how kids can go from being so dependent on adults,
to becoming kind, intelligent, giving, amazing grownups.
do something good for someone that hurt you(it’s tough). expressing an act of love to them may change their outlook on how to treat others.
i can embody grateful living by expressing thanks to
people, places and things i encounter today
in the shower. warm water and warm thoughts 🙂
creativity and whimsical art because it can be a delight to others
when i can look up at clouds. still looking for animal shapes in them 🙂
for me, create art of people, places and things to be a reminder of how much i have to savor
welcome again and wishing you good health, kevin
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