I feel my most content when I am doing what I love. Whether it’s being active or being creative, I feel most content when I am in flow state, unaware of the time passing by. Of course, I feel productive at the end, but the calmness that settles over me is what counts.
I am thankful for my loving & supportive family. I am thankful for the world leaders fighting for a better world. I am thankful for those taking a stand against climate change. I am thankful for the workers at the grocery store. I am thankful for those who make me a better person.
Today, right now, I can celebrate the small joys of being alive. The warmth of holding a warm cup, the emerald-colored greenery in the sun, the laughter of my family. I can celebrate the little things that make life so big. And that is where my joy comes.
Today, I’m going to focus on thinking before I speak. I’ve seen how one negative person can lead to another and another- the cycle continues. If I can detach from negative emotions, I can figure out where it’s coming from and address it from there. We don’t always have a say in what happens to us, but we can control how we react and respond to life.
Today, I am grateful for the questions that make me rethink my approach to things I thought I knew for sure. These are the questions that make me stop, think, and say “I never thought of it like that before.” They change my approach to how I see the world and myself.
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