A Grateful Heart, A Grace-filled Heart

You have to be “Thinkful” to be Thankful (John Maxwell).
Amidst pains, stress and underachieved levels of success, one will need to reflect deeply and deliberately to recall reasons to be grateful.

It is that time of year where we really need to slow down and think about all we have to be thankful for.

You may take a few moments to write down all your blessings, as much as you can remember. You may share with your loved ones what each of you are thankful for.

Just take some minutes to look at who you are surrounded by and what you’re surrounded with…too many reasons to say Thank You.

Welcome to December.
It shall be awesome and interesting month.


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4 thoughts on “A Grateful Heart, A Grace-filled Heart

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  1. Yeeeaah! There is so much to be grateful for. A lot of times we are always quick to shift our energy from successes and victories achieved at some point in our lives only to focus that same energy on our momentary setbacks. When we do this, we end up missing the bigger picture of what lies ahead.

    keep up the good work.

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