Family dinners – especially Sunday. I love the way they continue to evolve, from what felt like an onerous burden to past generations, to our current focus on sharing a meal and being together. Everyone contributes and participates as they wish / are able, Fussing is optional, as is suffering. It is my favourite meal of the week! Family is generally a few friends these days, which is just fine. Such a nurturing ritual.
Thank you so much for this question and all the thoug...
Thank you so much for this question and all the thoughtful reflections.
Wishing all a good week ahead…
Courage and a ?♀️ Fairy Godmother! ????…
Dear Kristi, Thank you so much for this helpful post! Your words point to a simple, clear and affirming path. It feels like a big and challenging project to learn these practices. I appreciate your pairing mindfulness with compassion and gratefulness. Some of those mind trains need a whole lot of patience and kindness to change course. Sincere thanks for this and all that you and the gratefulness team share so generously!
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