It’s been an eternity since I’ve graced my thoughts with the business of my blog. However, although school has been keeping the space in my brain clean, it would do me well to try to manage this website while I work on my academic concerns. I need to be creative—I need to have something outside of school to keep my mind busy and strong. Blogging can be considered a brain workout! I apologize profusely for my lack of presence, but I’ll try to be more disciplined. After all, balance and management are all worthy skills.
I was supposed to write and publish this post in time for Christmas, but it seems that I’m more than a month late. More remorse, sorry. I did start it on 12-23-2015, but I never got around to finishing it! Oops. Well, that’s all in the past, now, and it’s time to move on and write what I’ve been intending to write.
Gratitude is a state of mind. It’s when you feel a tremendous and sumptuous joy that can hardly be described in words. It can only be felt in order to be understood. Even though gratitude takes a lot to be felt, it is definitely a feeling that should be experienced more often, one that people should try to arouse in themselves and cope the growth of in others. According to the Law of Attraction, which is a universal, physical, and psychological law (and theological in some cases), gratitude is a necessity if one wants to welcome more good into their life. If one is in a great state of thankfulness, they will notice more things to be thankful for around them—it’s just the way that things work. Take for instance someone who has just won the lottery. They are grateful beyond words, and they start to realize that everything around them is worth thanking God for. Or on the flipside, someone who is in a rundown situation receiving something simple, but important. They are grateful for everything they have, even though it’s so little.
Even if your life isn’t picture perfect, try to be grateful for every little good thing in your life. Be grateful for breath. Be grateful for the sky, for the ground. Be grateful for your heart and your soul—be grateful for any good thing. Think on that.
May you always be inspired.
P.S. I want to write more frequently, but I want to write meaningfully, so please be patient with me. In the meantime, truly reflect on my words. We are all going on a spiritual journey, as am I, and our words can truly help us along it. I’m working on myself, as well as a million other things, so your patience would be greatly appreciated. I’m grateful for it, and for you. I expect to write more, but I don’t expect to do so very quickly. When I do write and post here, however, you can be sure that my words will be worthwhile. All will be well, all will be done as they should, and all is good.