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text 2019-12-20 07:14
Remember...Breathe & enjoy the little things in Life

The best way to reap the benefits of gratitude is to notice new things you’re grateful for every day. Opening your eyes to more of the world around you can deeply enhance your gratitude practice.


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text 2019-11-08 06:16
Approach the world with gratitude

“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.” Ferris Bueller


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text 2019-09-13 08:19
Practice gratitude every damn day

“When I started counting my blessings, my whole life turned around.” —Willie Nelson


Are you a grateful person? Thankful for the good things, big and small, in your life?


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review 2017-04-17 15:33
Sunrise Sunset by Kim Weiss
Sunrise, Sunset: 52 Weeks of Awe and Gratitude - Kim Weiss

Stunning book of 52 sunrise/sunset photos. Also included are poetry, personal thoughts, gentle advice, and shirt stories from different inspirational authors.  This book has a very calming effect whether you just look at the pictures or actually read it. The pictures are stunning.  The book can give you a whole new outlook on each day and an end to each as well. Whether it has been a good day or bad. It basically helps you feel grateful for the lessons learned that day. That each day is beautiful in its own way as well as being a gift. At least this is my take on the book. 


I received this book from the Author or Publisher via Netgalley.com to read and review.

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review 2017-01-21 22:23
My brother always used to say we are all born with an expiration date. This man faced his with dignity.
Gratitude - Oliver Sacks

This really brief book of four essays count among the most moving pieces I have ever read by anyone facing his own imminent demise. Having survived his unusual cancer for almost a decade, he was shocked to discover that although he felt wonderfully well, he was, indeed, now doomed. He took solace from his family and his friends, his memories and his accomplishments, recognizing that we all have a finite timeline. After reading his essays, it can only be said that he faced his death with dignity and grace, as well as with an appreciation and recognition of all that life had given him. I was moved emotionally to tears, but I was also moved to hope that I might face my death in much the same way, with an acceptance and a sense of joy for all I had been lucky enough to receive and enjoy as I “shuffled along on this mortal coil”.

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