I hope you are enjoying your Thanksgiving.
Didn’t eat too much, did you? Or, if you have not yet partaken of
the turkey and sides…well, all I can say is go for it!
This is the one day of the year when it’s actually acceptable to
eat as much as you want. So you might as well enjoy it!
This week, I’ve been writing to you about the powerful impact
that cultivating a spirit of gratitude can have in your life.
The feelings of gratitude and appreciation are probably the most
profound you can have.You vibrate on a higher level. You feel more
in harmony with the world. You smile and laugh more easily,
because you are more relaxed. And you can literally feel the energy
On this day meant for expressing thanks, take a minute or two to
reflect. Take a “gratitude time out”.
Sit and reflect on the people, circumstances and blessings in your
life. We all have them. In difficult times, you may have to search
deeply to find them. But they are there.
I’ll leave you with a quote about the power of gratitude:
“The grateful mind is constantly fixed upon the best; therefore
it tends to become the best; it takes the form of character of
the best, and will receive the best.”
(Wallace D. Wattles)
Hey: I appreciate you, my friend. Thank you for reading.
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