I am growing in my ability to bring focus to the things that I am grateful for. I look forward to learning from others.
Hi to my old and new friends,
My iPad is now bouncing me off various sites. I contacted my Internet carrier and they told me that my connection was fine. My iPad is an extremely old (decrepit) one, and I think this is the problem. I am going to take a break from technology, and look for another computer. I will return when I have it set up. <3. Blessings to all.
Hi all, When I go to the Gratitude Lounge, my iPad bumps me off, and my screen turns black. It lets me comment sometimes. Other times, I try 4-5 times with same black screen. If I don’t respond or enter much, this is the reason. After a few tries, I have to accept it.
My computer was hacked. When I get a new one, I will be able to visit the Gratitude Lounge more consistently. 🙁
I’ve learned to pace myself
For myself personally, start doing yoga.
For others, continue loving kindness.
On a global scale, continue to recycle.
It is hard to pick. The top two would be seeing and hearing. Hearing Latin music while dancing Bolero has been the most alive I have ever felt in my ENTIRE life! Next looking at children’s art or abstract expressionism.
The tree outside my window inspires me to be still and enjoy the beauty of nature.
If I let go of guilt, I’d feel an enormous sense of relief.
The life on earth is a speck of time in a human body; in which to experience joy and help others.
I am grateful for my friends.
This goes along with self-compassion. I’m glad I read your entry. Thank you.
😉 Kevin, How is your dog?
Boy- is this an important one!
‘listen to the stillness.’ Makes me smile.
What a powerful sentence. I like it.
Kevin, I am glad you wrote out this quote. I like it very much. Thanks.
Beautiful, beautiful story, Anna.
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