“There are only two ways to live your life. One is as though nothing is a miracle. The other is as though everything is a miracle.” Albert Einstein
A newer subscriber, Charity, recently shared her miracle with the long-term practicing of gratitude. When you look for the good, you can always find it.
“I practice the “art of gratitude” as my father would say. he is the one that taught me that. I believe it works with all my heart from my own experiences.
“Back in 2006 I was brutally attacked outside my home and my face was slashed my hands were cut right down to the tendons (by a box cutter) and I was stabbed in the leg. They had to call in a plastic surgeon into the emergency room and the doctors said I may never have the use of my hands again and I would have permanent scars on my face.
“My father and mother began being thankful for a full healing and so did I. I began saying how grateful I am that I can use my hands again and by the next check-up and then my following check up all my doctors were so shocked at my progression. I had the use of my hands and my plastic surgeon was amazed that he could barely see any scarring on my face. Considering I had over 100 stitches in my face alone. So being thankful and grateful for things you don’t see yet works.”
Thank you, Charity, for sharing such an amazing example of the power of gratitude amidst such a personal brutal experience.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the victims of all the hurricanes as well as the mass shooting in Las Vegas. It’s heartbreaking to have our lives flooded with constantly negative news over and over again.
If you haven’t already, please start your own gratitude practice today. If you need help with it, I’m here for you.
PS – This stuff works if you work it!
PPS – Here’s a video on how to engage Millennial workers in the workplace: https://eliteexpertsvideonetwork.com/engaging-millennials-and-beyond/