Gratitude is much more than verbal thanks. It’s a sacred act. It’s a heart condition.
I say thank you to God by living and taking each breath as wholly precious. I say thank you to life by choosing to embody each moment and live like its a new adventure. Exploring each and every minute. I seek to feel gratitude in my bones, in my bloodstream.
May my life be a moving prayer that starts and ends in complete joy for what I have been graciously given.
Most of all my I show gratitude by bestowing grace and compassion to others.
Here’s to Gratitude, Abundance, and Living in the Now.