Gratitude turns what we have into enough!
Please don’t take me wrong, this is not an invitation to settle but only an invitation to be grateful for what we have today. Before cancer hit, I would have a set of expectations that at times seemed unreasonable.
A few years forward, my mentor, “cancer” taught me with much intention to stay present and work myself to create a space of gratitude. Dealing with a terminal illness or other life altering circumstances can blindside you to lose focus on what really matters.
Choosing to be grateful for what we do have today will not only shift your heart to peace and joy but it will also help you not to miss out on today’s blessings. “Gratitude or Ingratitude”
Which lane will you choose to go on todays race?
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