By Donna Kozik
The Gratitude ebook venture: Celebrating three hundred and sixty five days of Gratitude humans from all walks of lifestyles sign up for jointly during this number of essays-one for each day of the year-about the issues, humans, situations, and occasions they are thankful for. want a pick-me up? How a few gratitude adjustment? glance inside-you'll be thankful you probably did. Celebrating one year of Gratitude is brimming over with appreciation and within you can find proof that harnessing the facility of gratitude could be a life-changing strength. those real lifestyles tales are approximately greater than the well mannered "thank you" we casually alternate each day. they're testimonials to the folks and issues we regularly take without any consideration. sign up for us during this growing to be flow of individuals from worldwide who've devoted to asking themselves this straightforward but profound query each day of the week-what am I thankful for? internet proceeds from the sale of this e-book visit aid Feeding the United States, the yankee Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), and girls for ladies overseas. for additional info and to view different titles, stopover at www.TheGratitudeBookProject.com.
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Time to see the world. Time to enjoy our families. Time to play together, laugh together. And now, time to support him and fight the enemy together. I’m grateful—so grateful—for time. They found his cancer early. That gives us more time. More time to be together. More time to love. More time to remember what’s important. Tick, tick. I’m drawn back to the present. The pendulum continues to swing. I’m grateful. I’m grateful for times past and times to come. ~ Susan Brownell Susan Brownell provides caring, online support to cancer caregivers.
Hill Vivian Hill is a retired teacher who enjoys researching and writing. His latest book details his wife’s experiences resulting from her health ordeal. com. January 13 The Courage of Others When facing a challenge, what person’s story pushes you over the last wave of fear? Who inspires you to try, to move, to win? Everything we face today at some point was harder—perhaps even impossible —but someone did not give up. Someone made it possible. We can stand humbled by others’ stories, or we can honor them by moving ourselves, inspired to action by their stories.
I have no memory of her, only a faded photograph. It is, however, my honor to have her bonnet, sewn by her own hand. Passed down over generations, it is a reminder of her legacy. Her courage was a gift to all the generations to follow, including mine. ~ Kathi C. Laughman Founder of the Mackenzie Circle, Kathi Laughman helps clients see more value in their story than they ever dreamed possible. com. ” How do we kill our hearts? By our busy-ness—by denying the desire to unplug, unwind, sit down, take a nap, make love, take a walk, play, listen, and simply be still.