You are invited to share the Gift of Grateful Living widely and joyfully. It is free, beautiful, has a low carbon-footprint, zero-packaging, and is easy to send!

Have you longed for a quick and easy way to give insight into the benefits of grateful living? Do you know someone who could do with a little beauty or perspective in their lives? Could you do with some inspiration and light on dark days?

We had fun creating the “glideshow” below for you to enjoy and share. It contains an introduction to living gratefully, sublime imagery, a poem, A Grateful Day video, and links to more goodness.

During this time of social-distancing when many of us are seeking ways to connect and uplift, we invite you to share the Gift of Grateful Living widely. It is free, beautiful, has a low carbon-footprint, zero-packaging, and is easy to send!

To view: click on the “read more” button in the image below and scroll down to view.

To share: copy and paste this link: http://bit.ly/gratefulgift into an email or text.

The Gift of Grateful Living

In her recent blog “Spirit Bathing for the Worried and Beleaguered,” Patricia Adams Farmer wrote:

For all who feel deeply about the world, for all who mourn a planet under siege, for all who care about justice and human dignity and democracy and the welfare of the most vulnerable — these are hard times.”

As we ask ourselves how we might navigate and be of best use during challenging times, we are reminded that gratefully attending to life shows us that “we live in a world not only filled with violence and hate, but also stubbornly infused with divine surprise, delicious moments, and a flow of freshness that can sustain us…”

We believe such realization is a gift worth giving.

Thank you for exploring and sharing the Gift of Grateful Living. May the ripples of your care spread wide — bringing resilience, wellbeing, and joy to many,