On Thankfulness

“Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation of all abundance, wrote Eckhart Tolle. His words provide a moment for pause to ponder the richness and power of gratitude. By reflecting on the good already present in our lives paves the way for an abundance mindset to flourish.

Gratitude is not just a fleeting emotion. It is a conscious choice to focus on what we have rather than what we lack. Gratitude has the power to transform challenges into opportunities, setbacks into lessons and moments into memories. It is a beautiful beacon that guides us through the ebb and flow of life with grace and resilience. It is the lens through which we can perceive the richness of our lives, recognizing the treasures that often go unnoticed.

As you approach the season of Thanksgiving, take a moment to reflect on the wisdom of Tolle’s words and those of Zig Ziglar, “Gratitude is the healthiest of all human emotions. The more you express gratitude for what you have, the more likely you will have even more to express gratitude for.”

Let gratitude be the melody that plays gently in your heart at this Thanksgiving. Reflect on the challenges that have sculpted your character, the lessons that have shaped your perspective and the moments of joy that have adorned your magnificent journey. Each experience contributes to the masterpiece of your life. May a plentiful banquet of gratitude nourish your spirit and inspire a ripple effect of appreciation in the world and those around you as it reminds you that the more you appreciate, the more you have to appreciate.

My dear friends, may you and your families have a joyous and Happy Thanksgiving!

Have a beautiful day, a magnificent week and a Happy Thanksgiving!!!

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3 Responses to On Thankfulness

  1. Patricia Albin says:

    Mike, Thank you so much for this inspiring post and Happy Thanksgiving. 🙂

  2. Andrea Partee says:

    G R A T I T U D E….

    Sir Mike,

    I am grateful for your numerous posts, words of encouragement
    and things to ponder. Happy Thanksgiving ? to you as well.

  3. Andrea Partee says:

    PLEASE disregard the “?” after the word, Thanksgiving. I
    Inserted a leaf but the system may not allow emojis.

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