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!
Hi Karmit – It seems you have touched something deep through my words, and I am grateful for it. Indeed, please let us know how some of these simple turnaround or turn-towards practices offer you support. I am honored by your deep presence.
Dearest Anna – My heart is overflowing. I am truly honored by your praise and I feel so emboldened to carry on in my writing. I am working on a Guidebook to Grateful Living! To know that it will serve people like you is all the motivation I need. Carry on by my side! Blessings to you…
Dale – I love that you find these to be helpful distinctions. It encourages me so much to continue on in my reflections and articulations about gratefulness. As does your example. Thank you.
Ken – I am so touched by your reflection and warm praise. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. May these ten truths…and more…about gratefulness continue to bring you clarity and peace. Keep in touch.
Pear. You move me with your reflection. Thank you. Your own articulation is clearly forming with strong guideposts on the inside, as you resonate so much with what I am sharing on the outside. Keep letting this resonance move you into more and more of your own words – they are so strong and beautiful, and ring like a bell…
Thank you dear Sheila for your great kindness and for sharing the profound role that grateful living now has in your life. You are not alone in this. You are indeed never alone. Carry on grateful guardian…
Hi Christina. I AM young at almost 60, and feel it in relative terms. Thank you for reminding me. Yet it is true that many people feel old at this age. If I am still alive in 10 years, I will surely write the blog again, and hope that my perspective will remain the same. My intention will be to remain grateful for all that I can be, knowing that the balance will be in my favor right up till my last breath…and perhaps beyond.
I love what you say Sieger, “By acting like this, the day becomes MY DAY!” What a beautiful way to feel empowered in the Universe to which you belong.
Thank you so much for your very generous praise, Mary Agnes. I am so grateful to have been able to offer you something that you will treasure again, and may it continue to serve you well. Blessings to you.
Thank you dear Pilgrim. Thank you.
Thank you so much Sheila. It means a lot to me to know that these words are meaningful to you! XO
Nicos, you always surprise me and surprise me not! Thank you for your wonderful comment and example. As I say above, there are many ways to hold this question, and I love imagining that our continuous appreciation for all things on which our lives depend is of great benefit for all involved. Certainly our solar system! And our precious home planet and all of its extraordinary gifts, above most all else…
Thank you Nancy for your wishes and for knowing what truly matters; the inside stuff. And no matter the condition of the outside, what a gift that we get to have a vehicle through which to be alive, experience life, and share love!
Thank you, bringer of many miracles, Pear. Blessed by you always…Kristi
Elizabeth – Happy 90th birthday and bless you for your Big Ageless Spirit! You are one of Br David’s peers – and he is another example of someone who keeps his childlike wonder and playfulness close, to great results. You are an inspiration!
Big, grateful thanks to you Sheila and keep being an inspiration! Taking nothing for granted surely does make for a miraculous life. XO
THANK YOU Rhonda! You are a great inspiration, and a grateful living practitioner for sure. Many blessings on your robust and generative life, and thank you for sharing your story with us!
Beautiful awareness, and a beautiful way to share it with others! Thank you Cintia. How blessed your students are. If only our educational system focused on teaching this kind of gratitude…We are glad that YOU do!
Thank you GT. Caregiving is indeed a perfect example of something that we can see as a privilege if we frame it as such, and not simply an obligation. And you are right that it is one of the most sacred of opportunities, often not offered recognition or due value in our society. Thank you so much for sharing this example with us.
Thank you for sharing this Sheila, and for staying with the learning. This “Obligation” practice is meant to be a heart-opening re-frame. We are glad it was meaningful to you, and hope that many others will also find it to be so…
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