Thank you for this new day. Thank you for my health, the inspiration I am enjoying to do purposeful work, and the opportunity to learn and grow.
If ever I lose sight of what is truly important, I will do my best to remember this morning and the new clean slate it represents.
I am thankful for this new day.
I will do my best to be present, let things that don’t really matter go, and tend to the things that do matter.
Thank you for my health. Thank you for my family’s health. Thank you.
Good morning and thank you for this new day. I will do my best not to judge anything or anybody. Please help me to forgive myself and others so that I may be more fully present.
I am grateful for this beautiful day.
Good morning! Thank you for this new day. May I finish things I’ve started, let go of things that are already finished or no longer need my attention, and be mindful of what really matters to me.
I am excited about serving others and learning new things. Thank you God, for giving me another day of life.
Thank you for this new day. Please help me to be present and focused on what is most important.
I am thankful for my health, my family, and meaningful work.
I know I am living my truth when I remember my blessings and check my ego at the door frequently.
As I awaken to the possibilities of this new day,
I feel thankful for another day of life,
a chance to be creative or rest (whichever one I choose)…
time with my family and friends,
and a day to step back and realize how blessed I am.
God gave you a gift of 86,400 seconds today. Have you used one to say “thank you?” ~William A. Ward
Softly passing the time away.
Just calm elegance
of sunny warmth,
relaxed and bathing
in your perfect moment.
It was one of those perfect English autumnal days which occur more frequently in memory than in life. The rich colours of grass and earth were intensified by the mellow light of a sun almost warm enough for spring… ~P.D. James
Thank you for this new day. I am going to do my best today to be kind and loving by:
1. listening more, and talking less
2. when I do talk, choose my words carefully,
3. and smile as often as I can.
Thank you for my health, this new day, and all of my many blessings.