30 Days of Gratitude

Wear gratitude like a cloak and it will feed every corner of your life. –Rumi


I recently realized that I have been taking things in my life for granted. I received a rather big compliment the other night and I was kind of stunned that anyone would say they were jealous of any part of my life. And that’s when it hit me–while there might be some things in my life that I wish were different, I have a lot of amazing things going on. I haven’t been stopping to fully recognize all of my blessings and that made me sad.

If I’m not grateful for what I have, what makes me, what makes the universe, think that I would be grateful with more?

What you focus your mind on is what you manifest.

If you constantly think about a yellow car, you’ll notice a lot of yellow cars on the road.

And so the logic goes, if you constantly think about your blessings, you’ll notice more blessings, more things to be grateful for. By noticing and being thankful for all that what we have, we might be given more. At the very least, it will make you feel good.

November is the month we celebrate Thanksgiving in the United States. This year it falls on the 28th, which is 30 days from tomorrow. Starting tomorrow I will post every day for the next 30 days sharing someone or something in my life that I am grateful for.

Photo by Priscilla Du Preez on Unsplash

It is my hope that you might reflect on your own blessings as I do this. You can share them in the comments.

Your reflections don’t all have to be big and serious. Some of mine will be on seemingly silly little things, like coffee or my favorite couch blanket. And I think that’s a good thing, to recognize the little things that make up life in addition to all of the big things.

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