Be in Gratitude

Too often I have found that some people only see the dark and challenging times in life.  They fail to be flexible or even open to new possibilities or change.  We cannot grow without growing pains and we cannot change or improve our quality oflives when we keep our eyes only focused on resentment, anger and hate.  There is a force out in the world today that would like to destroy and force people to become nothing more than puppets.  They want to control the masses, dictate live the way they perceive it and rule as if their way was the only way.  We, as free-thinking beings were born to use our mind, bodies and spirit for our highest and best good.  We were given the gift of free will.  That gift can only work when we use it to produce experiences that will allow us to grow, think and become richly empowered to fulfill our wildest dreams.  As we prepare for Thanksgiving, may I encourage you to think about all those things or opportunities that will allow you to harvest great abundance in and for your life. 

Be appreciative for your good health, for a warm home to live in, for the food on your table, for family and friends and for the freedom to smile, laugh and feel joy.  We all have something in our lives that we can smile about.  Stop moving into negativity and start changing your mental outlook to one of positivity.  We become what we think about all day long.  You can empower yourself if you really want too.  It doesn’t require money it requires you first to improve your thoughts, improve your attitude, your behavior and then your environment.  Life is a process and you are a part of that process.  It is a combination of numerous small steps that will lead you in the right direction of your dreams.  Be in gratitude each step of the way and watch your entire psychology change for the better. 



 Joan Marie Ambrose -- Author, Creative Writer, Motivational Speaker

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Blog Date: 
Tuesday, November 22, 2016