Originally posted on Mirth and Motivation:
“Happiness cannot be traveled to, owned, earned, worn or consumed. Happiness is the spiritual experience of living every minute with love, grace, and gratitude.” Denis Waitley
Happiness: 100 Reasons For Gratitude
our first breath
our loved ones
a clean bill of health
food to eat
shelter, shelter, shelter
gratitude in all things
Every day, we get up and start our day with our hearts full of expectations, goals and desires we hope to accomplish. As we go about our day, it’s important to remember the small victories that help us on the path to our bigger dreams. Ever as I face my daily challenges, I always look for reasons to be grateful. In the midst of struggle are glimpses of great good. Cherish them. Express gratitude for them. I’ve pulled together 100 reasons to be grateful. Add some of yours to my comments…
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Originally posted on Source of Inspiration:
Persistence is a virtue
only in moderation.
While one should not
give up easily
there are times when
the answer is
“not now, not yet.”
Trust your inner guidance
for when you are supposed
to do something, all will
fall into place
showing you which
way you must go.
Originally posted on Life Is Color:
“I celebrate myself, and sing myself,
And what I assume you shall assume,
For every atom belonging to me as good belongs to you.”
The sky is a deep cerulean and it is inviting. It is a spectacle decked out with puffy white clouds like cotton. The sun is warm and kisses my toes, inviting a stretch and a yawn. I am sprawled out on the grass, it is soft and cool and I feel at home here among the green.
The birds sing like mad and I can’t help but smile. I close my eyes and feel the sun’s warmth on them. I imagine being a feather on the wing of an eagle soaring ever higher in the sky. I feel the rush of air go through me, the power of the bird and the exhilaration of flight. I feel a part of the bird and…
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Originally posted on TIME:
Many of you probably have morning routines similar to my standard one: Hear the alarm ring, wake up in a fog and hit snooze a couple times, finally get out of bed, rush through some combination of getting-ready activities, maybe grab some food, and then head out the door
Not the most exciting. And, no matter what yours is, well, it’s a routine. And, while doing the same things morning after morning is often necessary, it’s also not the most inspiring way to get your day going.
So, last Friday I decided to try something different. I woke up an hour earlier than I usually do to go to DAYBREAKER, an event held in cities around the world that is dedicated to “starting your day off unlike anything else” by…
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