Sometimes we fall into negative thought patterns: focusing on what we lack, what we want, what we don’t like, etc. Instead of complaining, why don’t we think about what we really are for?
This morning, when you are still enjoying your cup of coffee or finishing up the newspaper, think about what you are for. Get out your journal and write down a list of things you value, what you believe in, what you would like to see more of for yourself and the world, and what you say “yes!” to.
For example, a few things on my list would be:
That is just a few things. I could probably write several pages in my journal on this topic. Remember that what we focus on grows and manifests in our lives. What are you for?
Debra : )