Reframing my normal tasks changes how I look at them. They become less of a chore/burden and more like an opportunity or gift.
The past days of practice have helped me to begin to see each day, with all it holds, as a gift that I can receive and embrace. Being more aware of all that it holds and wondering causes me to be more grateful.
I will continue to stop and look. Reframe my “chores”, use time waiting to take in my surroundings and be more present when interac...
I will continue to stop and look. Reframe my “chores”, use time waiting to take in my surroundings and be more present when interacting with others.
this has been a wonderful exercise.
It changes my perspective from “what must I get done today” or “what must I do to get through the day” to seeing the day differently – as a special gift I can and should enjoy.
I think just taking a moment to be quiet and say a prayer of thanks for the blessing of this very special gift. Brings on a tingling sensation.
That was a beautiful and very special story. Thank you for sharing it.
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