Life is too short just may be the oldest, most overused and yet ineffective cliche of all time. We all say it. We all say it a lot. Usually we say it after we experience or hear of difficult or sad events. We use it as a way to motivate ourselves to then go and make the most of our lives - knowing just how uncertain and limited our time on this planet is. But then we quickly forget. We revert back to our ordinary lives and much of the impact and intent of having said those four words when we did fades away until the next time. But if life is too short is correct, there may not be...Read More
Regardless of whether you believe some of the bogus hocus pocus that is out there regarding gratitude and writing gratitude journals. Regardless of whether you believe that the Universe will send you everything you express gratitude for. Regardless of whether one of the key components of cosmic ordering is an attitude of gratitude. When it simply comes down to it, gratitude feels good. End of. To appreciate what you have and where you are and not to wish to be or have something more is freeing. It feels good. It means you can relax into yourself. Be who you are. Enjoy who you are. Enjoy the moment.