We often forget gratitude. There is so much to be grateful for. The next breath is taken for granted. We forget how precious it is to be alive. Remember to be grateful for the next breath. There is still much beauty and goodness in the world, even when it seems like things are broken. “Hope for the best and prepare for the worst,” is HH Dalai Lama’s attitude. Hoping for the best keeps us positive while preparing for the worst keeps us realistic. Remembering gratitude brings energy and a zest for life. It brings us closer to others. Gratitude moves love into the foreground. It adds spice to our life, with Tinkerbell glitter. In these disturbing times, we often miss the sparkle. Please remember gratitude, stay patient, alert, and balanced.
The mark of a mature seasoned practitioner is being able to take everything onto the path. Everything. A dear friend just completed a lengthy course of treatment for advanced cancer. Throughout he remained calm, positive, […]
Now that we have at least considered practicing forgiveness, practicing gratitude enhances our happiness even further. Both practices rely on mindfulness, to know when we are not practicing, and to remind ourselves what specifically to […]