I am grateful for our beautiful website and bow to its service in the world, and to all those who will resonate with its purpose. Go free!
Thank you so much Colette. I love how true that line is when I read it from you. It helps to hear ourselves anew through the meaning our words offer to others. Blessings.
You have blessed our work Susan for resonating with this message and wanting to share it with others! How wonderful that you will make it useful. Thanks for sharing your appreciation with us.
Terima Kasih for sharing your appreciation Maria. You have created an enlightening ripple already, and I am so glad that you find that gratefulness beautifully enhances your life. Please stay with it, and stay connected. Blessings.
Tom – Thank you so much. As you say, the hope is that the invitation to a more grateful perspective always lands in our lives in timely ways. And when would it ever be untimely for such an invitation?! Wishing you much beauty too!
Sheila, you always drink at the well of life, love, and learning. And your cup truly spills over with goodness and generosity because of it. You are a beautiful example of living with great fullness of heart. Thank you for sharing your heart here so beautifully and freely.
Thank you so much Is. I hope that this three-step framework brings greater fullness and gratefulness to your life, no matter what terms you use or how you use it. Blessings to you.
Michele – Welcome to the island of hope that gratefulness offers many of us! There is so much richness on this island, and we are glad that you are finding sanctuary here for your life. And please do not chastise yourself for “failing” at practices. If each day, we can remember to be grateful one moment, one circumstance more than the day before, we are succeeding. May your aspirations be gentle, and may you offer yourself comfort yourself on the path as you would comfort others.
Is – You are so right. The paradoxes of life bring energy and deep learning if we make space for them, instead of wanting everything to be one thing or another. May your wisdom bring you sweet peace in the midst of it all.
Linda – I am so glad to be able to share my perspectives and have them serve you.. What a huge blessing. Thank you for bringing joy to my heart.
Thank you Miguelie – You are the sweetness through which you experience sweetness. I am grateful for offering resonance for your truth.
Thomas! What a wonderful gift to share the knowing and forgetting of being human with you. You are such good company! May we continue to continually ride the currents of ease and hardship with buoyancy and joy, and with each other. Thank you for your presence.
Diane – You bless me with your understanding of the message about great fullness. Such gifts await us when we can release expectation and invite appreciation of what is. Thank you for being part of us…
Thanks Jay – I just read over the Kipling poem and it is indeed compelling in its illustration of non-attachment and peace in the midst of paradox and difficulty. What a great therapist you had!
Thank you so much Victoria! I am so glad this piece resonated with you. Makes MY day!
Bless you Missy for the gift of your beautiful words and generous reflection. I know that we endeavor to hold the great fullness of life with loving and compassionate hearts. Thank you for your companionship on this journey,
Dave – Bless you for your sharing. I often have restless, sleepless nights when I am challenged to hold my thoughts with curiosity, trust, patience, and compassion…May the great fullness hold you – and all of us – in its peace.
I am humbled and deeply moved by your praise Mary Agnes. Thank you so much. It would be my prayer to be able to point toward that which is divine in life. May my words continue to serve….
Thanks Thanit. Indeed, equanimity is such a powerful state of being, and one that requires great practice. It is a very important guiding light in my life…I am grateful for you to name it here.
Thank you so much Laurie. It is challenging to hold all of life close. A daily practice for sure…so much easier to do with inspiration and in good company.
Thank you so much Marty. I am delighted and moved to offer nuanced distinctions in ways that resonate for you. It is so important, it seems to me, to offer more finely-tuned ways of approaching something as important and multi-faceted as gratitude. Keep coming back!
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