I received this power word and the meaning is such a therapeutic practice for life I wanted to share:
There’s a Proverb that says those who drink the water must remember those who dug the well. Everything that we have today is made possible by those who came before us. The Greek philosopher Cicero once said that “gratitude is not only the greatest of the virtues but the parent of all others.” What this suggests is that if we seek to foster gratitude in our lives, if we choose to celebrate all that is, seeing everything as a gift, rather than resenting all that is, seeing everything as a burden, then we will give birth to the opportunity for virtuous blessings in all aspects of our lives.
Today, as we continue to observe Memorial Day, I suggest that we ask these important questions: What are we grateful for? What blessings have we been gifted with due to the sacrifice of others? I believe these questions are a call to action, so the final questions become: What responsibility does the sacrifices of others bestow upon us? What are we going to do to honor those who came before us?
GRATITUDE. It’s a power Word, and I’m looking forward with anticipation and excitement to hearing about what you do with it.
If you want it bad enough you will do anything to get there, A pro goes to work. I believe there is absolutely more than one winner we all can and have to win, winning is what that means to you, what completes you, what makes you stronger and more determined than you were before, reinventing yourself over and over and over again only gives you more and more and more conviction.
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