An Attitude of Gratitude

Posted by [email protected] on March 19, 2015 at 4:35 PM

Starting with yourself, there's an easy way not to be afraid and stop beating up on yourself...  Create a life for where you want to go, because it's your choice. You can choose to live with love instead of fear; fear of loss, feelings of inferiority and a sense of being beholden to someone else for what they have made possible for you, and so on.

It carries with it the feelings of being a victim in life, and being dependent on others for one's well-being. If we look toward those thoughts that are life affirming and full of gratitude, and then look for value in everything, in appreciation for the gifts in life, we'll be on a better track. 

“I am thankful for my awesome family, my sweet friends, and my yoga practice. They all keep me grounded and help me appreciate my life more."

“I am thankful for the friends who "showed up" during a recent health issue."

“I am thankful every day to surround myself with happy, creative people. It is a pleasure to work and enjoy my work  

“I'm thankful for everyone in my life that loves and cares about me. I'm thankful that they have their health and I'm thankful I've been given an opportunity to do what I love every day."

“I'm thankful for laughter, sunshine and the shoulders of friends. I'm thankful for hugs and kisses and squeals of delight. I'm thankful for family, my amazing family, and friends."

“I am thankful for having peace of mind; healthy and smart children.

Choosing love over fear is the ultimate solution to freedom. And so, listen to your heart. It's going to be okay. Life is trying to help you grow.

Categories: Character Education for Teens & Tweens

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