I have a daily gratitude practice and am very grateful for Brother David’s inspiration and hard work and for this beautiful website!
I often like to reflect on some of the simplest things I am grateful for while out walking. A friend who also practices grateful reflection as a daily practice gave me the great suggestion to literally go through the alphabet in my mind! For example: I am grateful for the Autumn leaves I see on this walk… I am grateful for the delicious gluten-free Bread I found at the store yesterday.. I am grateful for the cheerful yellow Carnations I treated myself to… You get the idea!
In a somewhat difficult childhood in a troubled family, the discovery of the pure magic in reading gave me the gift of discovering other, more positive and healthy ways of seeing the world and literally countless choices of the ways of being in this world. I went on to teach English and literature for 26 years! So rewarding ?
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