Don’t Take Anything for Granted

Don’t Take Anything for Granted

” We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude”

Always act kindly, See the world through eyes of love as opposed to eyes of fear and practice gratitude

These actions are the keys to joy and happiness in your life. will enable you to live a life of abundance.”

We ignore so much of the goodness in our life, and  we tend to only miss this goodness when it is gone. What do you take for granted? I can tell you what I often take for granted. I take for granted my eyes, my eyes which give me vision to see the faces of my loves ones, all the colours of the rainbow, all the wonders that this world has to offer me

By being thankful for what you do have. When we tend to focus on what we want or where we want to be, we neglect that we have, exactly as it is. What if one day it was all to disappear?  how much DO you take for granted your life, big or small. For example; the only time I would not take my body for granted was when it was sick, or you only appreciate the fact you  have  washing machine was when it broke down. Or when you don’t have toilet paper???

By nourishing and being grateful for what you have already, you transform your perspective on life. By investing time by focusing on, and appreciating what we have brings about gratitude. Gratitude leads us to stop focusing on the things that are lacking in our life to all the abundance that already exists.

What are the things you tend to take for granted?

What do you plan to do about them?

What are 3 things you are grateful for today?

Try each day to stop and think about all the marvellous abundance that is already present in your life. Your job, Your home, Your arms and legs, Your boss that drives you nuts, because at least you have a boss.

Giving thanks and taking the time to appreciate every and all aspects of our life, it makes us happier and more resilient to what life has to offer, it strengthens relationships with ones self and others, it improves health, and it reduces stress.

Written By Andy Jackman

 

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