Good morning everyone.Did you have a good Sunday? Mine was. I am going easy on myself, I am in the midst of
Sunday's Gratitudes:1. I stood for my values, twice today, in spite of facing strong resistance. I value the self-esteem I enjoy when maintaining integrity.
2. I am thankful for discernment that allows me to avoid others who are not good for me.
3. I let my body, mind and soul catch up with all the activity that immerses me, by slowing down. It is not exciting being involved in a swirl of activity. I have learned that being involved with too many projects is a form of self-abuse that society and my family encouraged, when I grew up. It was my way of not having to come to terms with my feelings.
Nope, being busy isn't exciting. Boring is good. Because boring is not boring; boring is being healthy, living a balanced life that has serenity.
Today, I took time, investing in me. I read at length. Deep breaths, I took. I went outside, inhaling the crisp air, delighting in the cloud-filled skyscape.
4. Critical is our attitude; optimism and a heart of thanks goes a long way towards reaching our goals and enjoying life fully. You might want to revisit this post about the vision of this inn. One quote from this link:
Image: "Switzerland: Mountains Beyond" by Tim Blessed © all rights reserved, used by permissionAll happy people are grateful. Ungrateful people cannot be happy. We tend to think that being unhappy leads people to complain, but it is truer to say that complaining leads people to becoming unhappy.