Oh how true! The practice of gratitude and meditation is really so much about our daily interactions and dealing with adversity from a balanced internal place. Thanks for sharing!
Asher’s beautiful spirit and profound wisdom continue to inspire people. Thank you so much for sharing him with us.
Loved this essay! You set the best example for those boys and I am certain they will be sharing this story for the rest of their lives. Thanks for sharing.
Love is not a feeling that sits; it is a force that acts. …resonated deeply with me!
Thanks for this great and inspiring message – a great way to begin 2018!
An excellent development of a deep thought that connects the Eternal Present with responsiblity, power and gratefulness. It is inspiring and motivating to consider how incredibly lucky we are to be alive today!
This story has inspired me to find beauty and meaning in the seemingly meaningless daily activities.
Yes, of course, there must be a heart attitude with actions/deeds of love. It is the totality of one’s behavior that counts towards love, not just bits and pieces and certainly not actions of abuse. My heart aches for your childhood experience with your mother but it seems that you more than made it up it with your loving and supportive husband.
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