Gratitude as a discipline involves a conscious choice. I can choose to be grateful even when my emotions and feelings are still steeped in hurt and resentment.
It is amazing how many occasions present themselves in which
I can choose gratitude instead of a complaint.
Quote: HENRI NOUWEN
Sometimes Monday’s door calls for bright, warm colors.
An image that can hopefully inspire fresh energy as a new week begins!
Door of the day… (Italy Pinterest)
Holy places can be found in the most unsuspecting places. These are places that feel sacred as you approach.
Do we go by these places each day without taking a moment to notice?
If the day allows, note your surroundings. What can you find that draws you as sacred space?
Door of the day… Mystical doorway France (Pinterest)
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Friday- a day when doors can look more playful- when they might even spark ideas to slow the pace and bring out creativity to refresh the spirit.
We thank God for every day but Friday can bring a gleam in our eyes and fill our hearts with gratitude. Whatever day is your Friday- may it offer the promise of time.
Door of the day… (Orlando FL. Pinterest)
What nine months does for the embryo
Forty early mornings
Will do for your growing awareness
~ Jelaluddin Rumi
A little crooked- yet this door brings delight and welcome.
It is good for the soul to practice gratitude in the midst of our imperfection.
Life offers beauty and delight throughout its crooked path.
A great way to move through each day… practice gratitude.
‘Door of the day’… (Pinterest)
For the morning light and its irresistible dawning, for you untamable utterances of life in boundless stretches of space and the strength of the waves of the sea
I give you thank, O God.
Release in me the power of your Spirit that my soul may be free and my spirit strong.
Release in me the freedom of your Spirit that I may be bridled by nothing but love
that I may be bridled only by love.
Quote — John Philip Newell
Image – “Reverse Sunrise” Bruce Stambaugh 2016