I am not only grateful for “good” experiences but also for the “bad” ones too, because it is these experiences that bless us with wisdom.
I definitely look forward to watching the eclipse and intend to see it no matter what!
It’s amazing. I have a slight phobia of bees, but the more I read about other people’s appreciation of them and the science of the evolution and adaptive behaviors of bees, the more I feel grateful for them. I am at the point now where if a bee is near me, I still get the butterflies, but now I don’t run away, and, at a distance, I look at them with love and gratitude.
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