June 21

Thank you for joining us for A Month of Gratitude!

We’re committing to creating a daily gratitude practice!

Welcome to Day 21!

(If you haven’t read what it’s all about, please click here first.)

 

We’re committing to doing at least one thing per day to show our gratitude.

It can be writing in a gratitude journal, telling someone how much we appreciate them, taking a moment to pat ourselves on the back for a job well done, etc. Anything that helps us express our appreciation!

We will also commit to coming back here and checking in.

Each day, we’ll click on that Day’s page, and we’ll leave a comment sharing what we did to show our gratitude. We can also write about what we’re grateful for!

Many of us will be reading The Magic and following the 28-Day Program within it, so we can share our experience with that as well.

I’m so excited to get started!

Being a part of a supportive community is half of the fun, so please be sure to check in daily.

Now…let’s share our gratitude!


Comments

June 21 — 5 Comments

  1. Today my gratitude is for the vegetables in my garden. We have such a lovely symbiotic relationship. I provide them with a great place to grow, I nurture and water and fertilize them. I tell them how much I appreciate their leaves and fruits and their all around beauty. And they provide me with super fresh food filled with life force.

    How satisfying!

  2. Today I am grateful for this amazing universe that we all live in. I am constantly blown away by moments of synchronicity and divine intervention that happen moment to moment – and just imagine what we can see or know behind the scenes. I wasn’t always open to this magic, but I have to say that my life has completely changed since I did.
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  3. Today I am grateful to be alive and to have health insurance. I was fortunate to survive a ruptured appendix in January of this year. Thank you, God!

    And now that the bills are rolling in, I am so grateful to have continued my healthcare coverage after being laid off last June. Without it, I’d be in a far greater financial mess than I am now.

    I know my situation sounds bad, but I am celebrating. I am alive, I have shelter, I am never alone. I AM TRULY GRATEFUL!

    Love and hugs to all!!!

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