Friday, June 18, 2004
Appreciate the good things
The sunshine feels so very much warmer after weeks of rainy days. Your loved ones seem so much more precious whenever they’ve been away.
You truly appreciate and value your good health after recovering from a difficult and prolonged illness. You learn new respect for financial discipline after working your way out of a burdensome debt.
It’s easy and natural to appreciate the good things after you’ve experienced life without them. Yet sadly, that can often be too late.
How very much better it is to appreciate the good things you have while you still have them. For then, not only can you appreciate them, you can put them to positive and productive use.
So begin each day by counting your many blessings. Pay particular attention to the ones so overwhelmingly a part of you that you might otherwise take them for granted.
True abundance and gratitude are solidly linked. The more you appreciate the good things, the more numerous they will be.
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