Sixty cards…started out last week as 50 cards, and now this week is 100 plus cards with the gratitude growing daily. The best part about the first time I ran through the 50 cards with add-ins of ‘belief sayings’ over and over again was the incredible recognition that I have lived a wonderful life. So much so that I broke down in tears.
This week as I have added the next 50 plus and a growing number of gratitude cards each day, I have marveled at the richness of my life.
This afternoon after so much rushing for the holidays a nap seemed the thing to do. I never nap and I thought, just 30 minutes. Two hours later I woke up incredibly refreshed with the words ‘Sixty Cards’ running through my head. Sixty Cards. Thank you for bringing in the practice of gratitude. Thank you Gracious One for giving us your Son. Thank you for the love of family, Carolina Blue skies, warm fires in fire pits, our home and hearth, for each person I meet.
God’s Peace, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, And Peace on Earth Good Will To Men, Women and Children everywhere.
My prayer is that we all will become more grateful for each small blessing, allow ourselves to be filled with Love, and in doing just that, change the world.
I’m thrilled that you’re getting such great value from the work. And… the gratitudes just keep coming. It’s a beautiful reminder. Thank you.
You are so welcome. Great to be in this together!
Great Diane as usual !
Thank you and thank you for visiting and reading – I will see you on yours!
Love the feel of this post; the gratitude and the positive focus!
Diane your experience is exactly what was intended I believe. I too had the same reaction. What a rich life we all have lived. Overwhelmingly positive! Our time, at least mine is so hectic from day to day, when was the last time we actually counted and soaked in our accomplishments. So many positive reasons for tears Diane…Thanks for your wonderful post!
Thank you and thank you so much for following me and always adding to my gratitude back through your positive and thoughtful responses. I trust 2015 will bring you great joy!
Thank you Diane!
Thanks for the reminder of gratefulness.