Gratitude check today! Gratitude is defined differently to many people, but the fact remains that it is equally important to all of us.
“It’s not happiness that brings us gratitude. It’s gratitude that brings us happiness.” ~Anonymous
Don’t make feeling grateful a once in a while kind of thing! If you have any desire to attain further progress toward accomplishment and achievement, to succeed further in doing what you enjoy, and to consistently support your bliss within, then this requires being thankful and grateful for the many things you already have, who are already in your life, and the endeavoring you’re doing throughout your adventures. Only after you support an “attitude of gratitude” can you begin to intensify (and enhance) your bliss and attain a measurable level of success (that goes beyond that feeling of emptiness). Being mindful with an attitude of gratitude is key to bliss as you truly feel gracious about life in general springing you further with both success and character.
“Gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues but the parent of all others.” ~Cicero
Repeat with me, “Today, I am choosing to live with gratitude on a habitual level for the love that filling my heart, for that peace resting within my spirit, and for that voice of hope saying all things are possible!”
Believe that gratitude opens the door to the power, the wisdom, and the creativity of the universe. So open this door through gratitude. Remind yourself how wonderful it is to feel appreciated, and even more so how it feels to share it as it makes what is excellent in others belong to us as well. Be open to the fact that an attitude of gratitude brings a great many things into your life as a great day continues. So, exercise gratitude like you do with faith, like a muscle. The more you use it, the stronger it becomes within you… and the more you empower yourself in using it on your behalf the less troubling your circumstances and situations will be. If you do not practice gratefulness and exercise thankfulness, its benefaction will be wasted as it goes unnoticed. While you age, your capacity to enjoy its gifts diminishes. Don’t just pray when it rains but pray when the sun shines because it is through gratitude that life becomes rich. You can choose to be grateful regardless!
“To be grateful is to feel your blessings inside you, to enjoy the gifts outside of you, and to appreciate the blessings within everything beyond you. Adopt this most powerful attitude consistently, for the blessings in everything will be enjoyed favorably on your behalf.”
CHEERS~ to your great life, great day and success continuing…
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Vision: "A Moral Quest for Worldwide Change in Human Interaction"
PERSONAL MISSION STATEMENT
-> To continue inspiring, aspiring, and motivating success beyond myself while living a continual enriching lifestyle.
-> To continue positively empowering myself toward financial independence while assisting as many lives as possible for the same.
-> To continue promoting health, wellness, and nutrition for desirable outcomes with others while enjoying my journey through every endeavor.
~> I assist men and women who desire to improve their energy and want to do more of what they enjoy!
~> I assist sick and dying individuals who desire to become healthier and want to do more with their life!
~> I assist parents who desire to provide healthier choices and want to raise healthier children!
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