Welcome to your online sanctuary. Experience, deepen, and share
the power of living gratefully. Open to the great-fullness and
opportunity of this moment. Bring gratitude to life…
Sometimes we don’t need to
pursue happiness. We just need to
pause and let it catch up with us…
It can be relatively easy to hold an “attitude of gratitude”
when we have what we need…It is quite another proposition to feel
grateful when life brings us and others circumstances none of us would willingly choose…
“Nature teaches nothing is lost.
It’s transmuted,” writes poet,
Laura Grace Weldon…
Practice deepening in discovery of the unique
song that is yours to sing. As we seek to truly live
gratefully, we benefit from pausing and listening…
What are some of the places I have truly felt at home?
A friend is a gift you give yourself.
Robert Louis Stevenson
(Photo by Ulrika Mai)
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Gratefulness has been a beautiful and comforting source of encouragement and strength through the trials of long term serious illness. Thank you, with all my heart and more.
Through the practice of gratefulness, I have felt a true softening to my heart. Peace.
Thank you so much for your ecards! I use them to make sure the volunteers in my organization know they are appreciated and that I’m grateful for each and every one of them!
Many thanks for the reinforcement, throughout the year, to focus on the many gifts given in each precious moment.
You help me hold onto that perception of goodness in this life, no matter what the external circumstances.
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