Eat Your Gratitude
Gratitude is the cousin of joy. Focusing on what we do have makes a difference. Joy is not found in the material world. It is a mindset.When we focus on the things that bring us joy, our minds become more open to the possibilities of life. This shift in mindset is one of the first steps to achieving a state of gratitude. Gratitude can be seen as the cousin of joy because it helps us to appreciate and take notice of all the wonderful things that are already in our lives. Gratitude allows us to appreciate what we do have and not focus on what we don’t have. It helps us to recognize the small moments of joy and contentment throughout our day and savor them for what they are. We all know that material possessions will not bring true lasting happiness, rather an awareness and appreciation for what we do have can help us find true joy. When we learn to practice gratitude, it can help us to curb any feelings of envy or discontentment that may arise when we compare ourselves with others or focus on things that are out of our control. Instead, when we take time each day to reflect on what we are thankful for, no matter how small or insignificant, it can help us cultivate a sense of inner peace and contentment within ourselves. Gratitude is an important part of cultivating a positive mindset which is essential in order for us to be truly happy. When we focus on the many blessings in our lives, our minds become more open to joy and abundance and this is when tonality becomes persuasive. Our thoughts determine how we feel about ourselves and our circumstances so it is important that we make sure these thoughts are positive ones and fill our minds with gratitude for all that life has given us.
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Judas X. Machina
A little advice that keeps the belly of darkness quiet.