This website has helped enormously to remind me every day to look for things for which to be grateful. Even the most basic of our senses are things to be truly grateful for. On my bad days, when I feel very ill, I try to remember that I have my eyesight, my hearing, and food to taste and enjoy, even though my senses are so over-sensitive on those days I’m in the dark and in silence! Then I am glad to have a comfortable, safe place to be 😊
I feel calm and centred, and open to life just as it is.
“Be still and know god”
My family and friends and how we support each other.
Watching the birds coming to the feeders in the garden every day, and how everything changes as the seasons go by.
By focusing on what I have and not what I feel I have lost.
All the myriad ways that life expresses itself on this amazing planet, from huge trees to tiny microscopic creatures.
Keep to a vegan diet and not waste any food. Change from plastic bottled shower gel and shampoo to soap. Re-use any plastic bags that come my way. Recycle everything that can be recycled. Think before buying – do I need it?
My wish is that everyone would open their eyes to the abuse, suffering and cruelty of factory farming and meat production. That people would find love and compassion in their hearts for all beings 🙏
My body is asking me to be kind to it and rest more. I have an illness which is very disabling and I get bored and impatient with my limitations.
I know that I am part of, and connected to, everything in existence.
I share your dream, Trish 😊
Thank you so much for sharing your insight, Debra ❤️
Thank you, Trish. This has really helped me today ❤️
Thank you for that beautiful poem, Ed ❤️
When I read the Word for Today I thought how important it is to actually say to people that we love them or appreciate them, not just assume that they know this because we are smiling or being kind. A loving, appreciate word goes a long way towards another’s happiness 😊
Kathy, you made me chuckle 😊 xx
Dear Carla, I hope you soon feel better and will be able to enjoy some of the holidays.
Winter Solstice blessings x
Blessings to you, reality, on this Winter Solstice. May you stay strong and calm x
🤗 Just for you, Ed!
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