Month of Thankfulness

I complain a lot. But this November, I am committing myself to mindful thankfulness.

Although I try hard to be a sunny-natured person, usually the cloud occur before I even notice them.

 This month there was an inspiring article in my parish’s newsletter about ” thank-you prayers”.  So, every day I am  going to cautiously be thankful for something: even if it is for  an unexpected phone call, or an unusually-beautiful weed-flower on the side of the road.

Join me in this Month of Thankfulness this November. One need not subscribe to any religious faith in order to count one’s blessings.

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