Can any of us, by worrying, add a single hour to our life?
~There are a good many things in life that I simply can’t believe my way out of.
Faith is believing that God is good even when my life is anything but.
~The more present I become and clearer I get with what I love…
It’s hilarious how often we’re led to believe we should do something just because ten other people believe it’s a desirable goal. ~Belle Pirri in this encouraging post in Creative Spiritual Women
~I know this—the labyrinth of life has the ability to lock us up and throw away the key. It attempts this through varying degrees of heartache, dependency, tragedy and an endless array of distractions. I also know this—Christ is the key to topple this house of cards and expose the illusions this maze presents. by Michael Cartwright in The Inner Doors of Faith
…Anyone who remains in the teaching of Christ has a relationship with both the Father and the Son. 2 John 9
~~~Revolving back to Enoikeo…Remaining…Abiding…Standing
Video of the Week: Stand, by Rascal Flatts
And if there are a few bitter memories, my wish is that you will toss them out along with the turkey carcass.
And I wonder, this Day After, What if we embrace gratefulness beyond tokens of thanksgiving, dutiful gratitude journals, and a few hastily written thank you notes?
What if we Remain Thankful?
What if gratitude became as natural as speaking?
Gratitude is a language you speak with your hands, the way you form the vowels and spaces of your life and we could all learn it together. ~Ann Voskamp
How to I begin to speak the language of gratitude?
The key to a thankful heart is focusing more on what God HAS DONE for you rather than on what you need. ~Rick Warren.
I want to Remain Thankful and continue the process of Thanksgiving so the language of gratitude becomes my default setting.