Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Grateful for BEing

The significance of holiday traditions varies around the globe through community observance, religious belief, family tradition, and last but certainly not least, individual choice. Giving and receiving are prevalent during these times. It can all be a bit overwhelming, and, I must interject here, out of control.

So keep it simple. Let gratitude be your guide, and let’s start with you. What are your grateful for? In that list of gratitude, did you mention yourself? Are you grateful for BEing? If BEing was not on your list, begin there. What does BEing mean to you? When I start with gratitude for simply BEing, everything else has a way of falling into place in a more meaningful way.
Be photo courtesy of Hartwig HKD