52 weeks of gratitude - Week 3

January 15, 2018

Gratitude bestows reverence, allowing us to encounter everyday epiphanies, those transcendent moments of awe that change forever how we experience life and the world

~Saeah Ban Breathnach 

Taking care of myself has always been important, but without a routine, things slowly fall out of place. A missing piece to the puzzle leaving elements lacking. Exercise, but not choose healthy foods, choose healthy foods but drink alcohol, exercise too much and then not enough. Discovering when I want to feel better and get stronger, I must make the alignment in my life to promote change. 

A part of this development arrives with gratitude. My ability to move my body, a privilege denied to many. During a daily walk, a full lap around the track drains my sister, requiring a pause before we continue. This and other struggles remind me of the freedoms afforded in being active. Tangling my thoughts with regret as I ruminate the inability to some as well as the ability of myself and others. A gentle reminder of the grace awaiting us.

This year I will hold gratitude by my side, through each trial and triumph, and each decision that points me closer to my goals. Knowing no matter what I am striving to reach, there is gratitude for where I have been.

If you are just joining, HERE is the first post on the journey

  • January - Body/Self
  • February - Heart/Grief
  • March - Mind/Mindful
  • April - Awakenings/ New beginnings
  • May -  Family /Friends (share your gratitude)
  • June - Nature/Outdoors
  • July - Summer/Active
  • August - Compliment instead of complaint
  • September - Education/autumn
  • October - Motivation/Influence
  • November - Thankfulness
  • December - Kindness/Pay it forward
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  • January 30, 2018 @ 1:09 PM EST
    By Beverly McComb-Davies
    I developed a "morning routine" in Rehab, and after 28 days, brought it home with me. So far, so good...grateful for my "new normal." Love you...xoxoxoxo

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