Not sure. I keep hearing people say they were born for this time but honestly i’m not feeling it. I’ve always felt to fragile for this life and that it was too harsh. There are some things that have come up that do give me a reason to celebrate—the invention of a new economic system and other break away ideas that i’ve recently learned about.
Sometimes i get coached from the people around me.
My heart based practices have been a grate comfort for me. I feel i have reached a turninb point in which i’m more heart than hate.
It depends upon the situation, but “first do no harm” sounds like a good determination.
I would say i love the chlorophyll green the most.the green that sucks up the sun and gives it back to us in nourishment
When i acknowledge my gratitudes to my email group.
My whole attitude! Lots of hormonal changes and good endorphins would flow in and through me.
Having enough food to eat. A couple places to eat, internet.
My ex is highly successful at what he does. It has to do with the fact that he loves his work.
I would say a friend of mine who is always seems contented with simple things.
Gives me hope that things can get better. Maybe i begin to realize that things are not as bad as they seem.
Just looking at a nature scene can relax me and relieve me from a lot of mental chatter.
Listening to nature sounds does the same thing.
The world around me and my willingness to accept certain people things and situations.
Been told i have a good sense of humor.
Glad you’re coming along fine!
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I like this share toni. I feel a lot like you do.
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