I am grateful for the gift of life itself. As I practice Tai Chi Chih each day I list all the things that I am grateful for.
Staying in the Now
Well it’s not new but I dusted off my old bike….found out my helmet was broken….out to buy a new one today…..in the saddle so to speak for the 1st. time in years today or tomorrow!
As I gaze out my window at the many faces in the ocean….one day calm as a lake and another like today so turbulent that it picks up a log as big as a house and tosses it like a toothpick….I am humbled.
As I look at the magnificent 300 year old cedar trees…knowing that they came long before me and will be here long after…I am humbled.
The belief that I am divinely guided.
Daily tai chi chih and meditation.
I am grateful for the Gift of Life itself, for my health, the love that my husband and I share, our Family, Friends, dog kids, our homes, our abundance … I could go on and on however I am truly grateful for everything including Merilou who directed me to gratefulness.org
I would be happier and I would find it easier to stay in the present….thank you for the reflection as I now have a new goal to work toward. Time flies but remember that you are the Navigator (Robert Orben)
I know I have enough when I have no wants or desires.
Having a positive attitude and sharing it with family & strangers alike.
Take all those lessons of a life lived well and become a teacher,
Thank you for the smile on my face…..I like your saying better than mine!
Love the joke….I shall borrow it! I used to say that I would never become that person sitting around the table talking about broken bodies but it’s happening and as my friends call me Miss However I always say “Be grateful that you’ve got legs to hurt!”
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