I would like to thank Kevin for his insight. The way he posed today’s question was beautiful.
My first thought is ..Me, I don’t take advantage of anyone”…then be truthful. I take advantage of myself, of my body. I know that I need to be more mindful; to take better care of myself, exercise, and healthy eating. To acknowledge my gratefullness for my health.
I think my husband may be the one that I don’t extend gratefullness for. Thinking about not h...
I think my husband may be the one that I don’t extend gratefullness for. Thinking about not having him is a thought that I don’t even want to voice. He is my foundation, someone I can always lean on, the one I love and trust with my whole being. So, Kevin thank you for adding…”Could something change for the better?”. Indeed it can- I have now become aware to be thankful for who I am, to take care of myself in a better manner and to be more thoughtful and grateful to and for my husband.
Thank you for today’s question.
I try to be grateful for the beauty in my life. Concentrating on the suffering can eat away at an individual. It does not mean that we are not aware and do not care and help to the best of our ability….but we need to feed our soul with the goodness of life. Looking up my hollow this morning at the trees and the serenity of where I live. God is good,
My faith, the love of my husband and the love and craziness of my life with my dog and two cats. It is now Autumn and the air is cooler, leaves are dancing as they fall…a time of looking back and looking ahead. I am so thankful for this life.
Christine, what a wonderful gift to you…and what a wonderful Blessing you are to this woman. I hope that your friendship lasts for many years…I only wish I could hear your singing. Bless you for sharing.
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