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Gratitude ~ The Thread

Discussion in 'General Scientology Discussion' started by SweetnessandLight, Nov 26, 2011.

  1. I'm grateful we got some rain...and snow in the mountains! :happydance:


    The palm trees are blooming and the birds are nesting in them!
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    Never, ever give up hope that things will get matter how much things change! :thumbsup:
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    Happy Mother's Day to everyone who has ever nurtured and supported someone/something else's growth! :happydance:

    And Happy Mother's Day to us all who have been so nurtured and supported, whether by our biological Mothers or someone else! :happydance:

    Sending Lots of Love out into the Universe! :love2:
  4. lotus

    lotus stubborn rebel sheep!

    The understanding and acceptation if this nature law's in regard of transformation and bardos (between different states of being) make life much more easy in coping with difficult times, as one know it's transforming into something else ..only to keep going on with faith!
    Thanks to remember it though!
  5. It's a good, useful analogy! :thumbsup:

    Today I am grateful just to be be still experiencing Life with all it's challenges, opportunities, joys!

    I am especially grateful for all the natural beauty in my world! :happydance:

  6. Grateful for big trees and sunlight! :happydance:

  7. Very grateful to be going to the beach this weekend! :happydance:

  8. Here's a nice quote for your weekend:

    "We need a fundamental orientation inside that treats our life as if it matters. As if our happiness is important, as if being mistreated is not alright, as if we deserve the same care and goodwill as any other person. As if on the day we were born we were given a bag of pearls, one for each day we will ever have, and every day we spend one of those pearls, never to see it again." - Rick Hanson, Ph.D.

    Spend the next couple of pearls wisely! :happydance:
  9. Don't you just love it when your food looks back at you? :biggrin: