I am grateful for the blessing of Wade, who is a great caregiver, and has yet to complain about anything he has to do because I have Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (sometimes called Myalgic Encephalomyelitis, or M.E.) and Fibromyalgia. I pray for those who are alone; may they be doubly blessed with good friends and good family!
I am grateful when I can take a shower. It feels so good, but wipes me out.
I am grateful when I can brush my teeth. I once had a co-worker named Cyndy who was born with multiple handicaps and confined to an electric wheelchair. Her mother was her ever-present caregiver, and took notes for her in class, worked beside her while working, and yes, brushed her teeth for her. Have you ever thought about the fact that there are people who cannot even brush their own teeth?
I am grateful for Inward quest. It has taught me much; lately, it has taught me to raise my vibrations above anything that disturbs me. Hooray for that!
I am grateful for the good days when I can walk at the Flea Markets instead of ride in my wheelchair. It is wonderful-even if I do pay for it later...:)
I am grateful for my comfy bed. I spend a lot of time in it. I am also grateful for the fact that my computer, my TV and my phone are all in reach of my bed.
I am grateful to God for our new church, and the strength He has given to Wade and I to go there.
I am grateful for the wonderful phone conversation Wade and I had with a fellow IQ memnber who also suffers from CFS. It was terrific to share notes. Thank you, dear lady!
I am grateful for Today and to be alive....
Now, what is your list???
asked 23 Jan '14, 22:14
first of all very beautiful question. its my favorite subject.., gratitude..!!!
in my lists i include following things..
hope you liked this..
.i have one more list ..you may check this also...
...Here are 60 things to be grateful for in our lives:
And last but not least… #60:
You. For being who you are and touching the world with your presence.
love, light and blessings your way..
answered 15 Feb '14, 07:30
I was just watching Patrica King's web seminar "Attack On Lack." She basically says that praise and gratitude bring the miracles of providence.
So with that I found this gratitude video.
I hope this helps many.
Not sure how to put it because I've been working on avoiding "identifying language" but I've been working with Depression for many years. It can be frustrating because I can wind myself up to Optimism and Positive Expectation and then the next day, my mood crashes and I'm right back down to climbing back up to Anger, etc. (using the Abraham-Hicks emotional scale). It's exhausting. Fortunately, I have a cat who's been with me for years so I start by appreciating her. I also recently acquired a kitten and his boundless energy is somewhat contagious.
I also appreciate that no matter how dark my life gets, I can always find evidence that the universe is looking out for me.
answered 15 Aug '14, 15:15
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