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!
Amy – Thank you so much. You have offered me a gift with your praise and I receive it very gratefully. Thanks for starting your day with us! Warmly – K
Tom – May your transition continually help you more deeply remember and love what matters most to you in your life. It sounds like you are following your heart – it will surely keep you connected with what is abundant. All blessings to you. Always – K
What a beautiful, very moving story you have shared with us Judy. I can see the whole morning ritual in my mind’s eye, and feel the love between you in my heart. What a great idea for people to use the WORD FOR THE DAY that we send out from Gratefulness as a daily haiku-writing prompt! I hope that many others will be as inspired by you, your story, and this possibility as I am! Thank you deeply and dearly.
Dear Michelle – Thank you for letting my words in and for writing. You are brave. May all your seeds begin to germinate and grow, and may you end up with an inner bounty that you can feel and see. Water and tend your precious moments with appreciative attention. Bring your open heart to what arises in this day. Notice what there is to be grateful for. And keep gratefulness as your touchstone. You are already connected and loved. Let yourself feel it. With care – Kristi
Dear Sheila – Your piglet story is such a good one. It is true that we “feel” love and we know when it is present and when it is not. Words can grown stale without real love. Love is alive. We know it. Thanks for the aliveness of your love. It is palpable. Thank you. K
Thanks so much Brian. I am SO happy that this message matters to you, and please keep re-reading it if it truly helps. It is free and always here…and there is so much more wisdom on relationships throughout our website. Please peruse and enjoy. And keep coming back. K
Thank you so much Michael. The subtleties are very significant in relationships. It is so easy to be misunderstood. It can also be so easy to make meaningful connections and repairs. Gratefulness can really help to point the way…K
Dear Is – I am so glad that you have found resonant wisdom in my thoughts – they are yours reflected back at you! Continue to avail yourself of inspiration for your journey wherever you can find it. We are here for you always. K
Celeste – your words are sweet balm to my writer’s eyes. Thank you. I am working hard on completing a book that will come out late next summer, and I am so grateful to be encouraged by your support and praise. It means a lot. May my words continue to serve…
Oh Pilgrim – thank you so much! And thank you for finding yourself at home throughout the many riches of this online sanctuary. There are so many places to discover nourishment, and to connect with the nourishment of your own heart. Keep coming back! With appreciation for all your forms of presence – K
Laurie – You are so very welcome. I am so happy when my words are resonant for others. Thank you for bringing your truth forward for me today. All praise the gifts of reciprocity. Gratefully – K
Thank you so much for your kind praise. I am in the midst of writing a book on grateful living and you have given me encouragement to carry on! I cannot thank you enough for this gift and I am so glad that my words “spoke” to you when you needed them. Blessings – K
Blessings to you Elaine for your kind comment. I am so deeply gratified that this invitation and articulation had such profound impact on you. That says a great deal about you… Warmly – K
Francine – I am so happy to hear that these words spoke to what you needed. What a gift to be able to offer something that goes directly to the heart of the matter. Thank you for your comment and for all of the ways that you show up for gratefulness in your life. K
Sheila – Your beauty shines forth in everything you offer to us, including these words. Thank you so much for your friendship and your presence. You are a true gift to all of us and to our work. With grateful love – Kristi
Dear Teria – Thank you so much for your kind comment. I hope you find that these words continue to enrich your days. And I am delighted to hear that we will be meeting you at the workshop at Kripalu in November! How wonderful. Blessings upon blessings. K
Dear Sieger – Thank you for your thoughtful comment.. I am so glad that this piece and this practice resonated for you. Please continue to explore the riches of this never-ending work of self-befriending, and keep in touch. Blessings – K.
Serafina – You are such a gift yourself. With my hand on my heart, I bow to your inspiration and loving example. Gratefully – K
Blessings to you Anna. How wonderful to hear that this idea of self-befriending will be a practice for you. Please let us know how it goes for you. Grateful love – K
Thank you Ed. Indeed. Indeed. Love provides the meaning. Seeing the bridges between these things means a lot – thanks for the connection.. In our shared devotion to the sacred. K
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