Accord­ing to Dr. Wayne W. Dyer, trea­sur­ing our divin­i­ty means being in a con­stant state of appre­ci­a­tion. Dyer pro­fess­es that it is in this state that we train our­selves to look for things to be joy­ful about, happy about and grate­ful for. When I am steeped in grat­i­tude, life seems so much sim­pler. I am not over­whelmed with things I wish were dif­fer­ent. I am not view­ing the world from a lens of lack. I am not drown­ing in self-pity or sor­row. I am abun­dant­ly aware of the bless­ings in my life. I am full of… I am just full. It’s such a delight­ful way of being. I offer you this humbly. Grat­i­tude. It’s a prac­tice worth engag­ing. It’s the prac­tice of look­ing for the beau­ty around you at all times. It’s so ful­fill­ing and enrich­ing. Give it a try.

Rebecca Butler in  A Blessed Life: Practicing Gratitude in the Face of Robbery

 Epic Sunrise over Angkor Wat by mendhak, on FlickrImage by mendhak on_flickr


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