It’s easy to say that we are thankful for the people and the things that have come into our lives but have you tested your thankfulness? Have you had someone or something exit your life and fully understood how that feels? How do you express being thankful and feeling fortunate?
Today is not meant to challenge you but rather engage in a moment or two of perspective.
We are all guilty of taking things for granted and honestly just not being as thankful as we should. Thankfulness does not need to go over-board but sincerity and genuineness is a must. The only way to convey feeling fortunate for life’s gifts is to communicate and share. Make it known.
Finding ourselves caught up in the race of life, focused on our own needs and losing sight of why our days run smoothly is the position we need to avoid. As I have shared and feel very adamant about, it’s all about awareness.
As we enter the Easter Holiday weekend and you spend time with family and friends, take a few moments to reflect on why your days run smoothly and how fortunate your life is. This assessment should trigger some additional awareness and opportunity to communication being thankful.
A moment or two of perspective is all it takes.