Happy November! In honor of the month of Thanksgiving, I am inviting you to join me in Giving Thanks for something each day and cultivating an attitude of gratitude.
”This is a wonderful time to be living here on earth! Our opportunities are limitless! While there are some things wrong in the world today, there are many things right…We can lift ourselves, and others as well, when we refuse to remain in the realm of negative thought and cultivate within our hearts an attitude of gratitude.”
– Thomas S. Monson, An Attitude of Gratitude
Today, I am giving thanks for you.
Each of you visiting this page today live in so many different places upon this planet earth. Imagine how cool that is! You live under different circumstances, have different loves, different hopes & dreams, different fears and worries too. You have different stories to tell, different life experiences – both good and bad – that have shaped you into the person that you are right now at this moment. But, there is one thing that we all share in common. Each of us are Children of God who have infinite worth – each of us has a divine, even a holy purpose for being here in this world.
Put simply – YOU are amazing.
And here you are with me, and other readers, all amazing unique humans revolving slowly on a little blue planet called Earth inside the Milky Way Galaxy of Space – all together!
How amazingly awesome is that?!
And, isn’t it also amazing that for one brief moment our two very different, completely unique lives going in very different completely unique directions have intersected today?
Right now in this moment.
What a magical gift!
Before you leave. I have a prayer for you. May God bless your journey. May He put a song in your heart. May you feel a sense of wonder inside for what it means to be His child, and what promise your future holds. May you feel His gentle spirit of reassuring peace today, and may you know that –
You are not alone.
You are loved, and cherished, more than you can comprehend.
Thank YOU for being here. Keep being awesome! – MoSop