As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.—John Fitzgerald Kennedy
Courtesies of a small and trivial character are the ones which strike deepest in the grateful and appreciating heart.
“Enough’ is a feast.” — Buddhist proverb
This video is about 10 minutes, but please take the time to watch it. You will be blessed.
that helps us get up and move and reminds of our truth in ways that are easy to remember and get down into our soul.
…the creative power of Spirit that inspires, guides and encourages us through this journey called life making that journey not only easier, but also a lot more fun. 🙂
Thank you God! For this we are truly grateful.
This is the season when people like to come together. We smile at people we meet on the street. We may even say hello or offer a holiday greeting. We host and/or attend parties, family dinners and other social events. Why can’t we do these things online? Well, I think we can, soooo…..
On this Sunday before American Thanksgiving I am hosting an online gathering to give bloggers a chance to meet each other and visit each others blogs. I think this will be fun, but for it to work people need to participate. How?
- Reply to this blog post answering one of the following questions: What is one thing you are grateful for? or What holiday do you observe during November or December and how do you celebrate?
- Please also give a link to your blog so we can visit. Only family friendly blogs please.
- Re-blog this post on your blog and invite others to join us.
- Please visit at least two of the other bloggers who post links here and say hello. “Like” something on their blog or leave a comment to let them know you were there. Follow their blog if you like. If you want to visit everyone, go for it!
- Did I forget anything?
So what I am grateful for? My wonderful blog followers and new friends and followers who are yet to come.