Gratitude draws the mind into closer touch with the source from which the blessings come.
~ Wallace D. Wattles

Gratitude is a love-filled nudge to see the abundance that surrounds you and dwells within you. You have been blessed with many gifts simply because you are you. When you open to the beauty and richness within you, you open to the presence of Spirit. Even in the midst of challenges, find gratitude for the resources you have available within and around you. You are never left to face anything alone. Find gratitude for the spiritual connection that exists between you and Source, Spirit, God, Your Higher Power, Universe, or the like. Your blessings are abundant. Broaden your perspective to see what is in front of you and around you and offer gratitude.

Here is an excerpt from “Fall in Love with the Whispers of Your Heart, Book 2” (target release in Fall 2022):

Gratitude…

    Fills an empty cup to overflowing.
    Inspires a heart to take flight.
    Lifts a desperate soul to a place of hope.
    Expands vision to see beauty everywhere.
    Invites inspiration to a weary soul.
    Welcomes challenges as opportunity for growth.
    Creates miracles in the ordinary.
    Moves mountains for a place of respite.

Let me live with a grateful heart, to see Your hand in all I experience.

Which line most resonates with you?

What area of your life would benefit from a dose of gratitude?

This blog is intentionally short as I hold the invitation for you to go within and discover connection to your source through gratitude. Here is one last idea to inspire you:

Graciously Realizing All Things Initiate Through Ultimate Divine Expression

Walking together in light, love, and peace 🙏

Connect to Your Source (400 x 550 px)

When I choose gratitude,
I connect to Divine.

2 Comments

  1. Rae on November 23, 2021 at 12:20 pm

    ‘Creates miracles in the ordinary’ is the line that most resonates with me. There’s a ‘wow’ moment in feeling I might actually be comprehending that sentence. I suspect it would be ideal if the ‘miracles created in the ordinary’ happened naturally, to the extent I could simply experience joy in knowing they are happening -without thinking or trying to create them. If I’m ever fortunate to experience that feeling some day, I think it would take me a long time to convince myself that I might have become the person that (today) I hope is inside me. I also feel this might be a lofty goal that only humble people can attain. I think focusing on humility may be the next step for me.

  2. Ann Ruane on November 23, 2021 at 5:49 pm

    What a beautiful, vulnerable space of connection! Off the top of my head, I can recall several moments of creating miracles out of the ordinary…what about Waffle’s presence during your work on the hallway…or the ease in the 3-hr conversation with your sister…or the experience of Troy’s birthday week…experiencing the co-existence of joy and sadness…Miracles happen more often than you/we realize. It’s a matter of perspective and a willingness to allow and co-create your day…your life…your you. You are more humble than you think you are and a more powerful co-creator than you give yourself credit for. ❤️🙏 Thank you for sharing your thoughtful response.

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