Gratitude and a Lighter Heart Build Resilience

Gratitude may well be the solution for most of what ails us. In the midst of “all of it” we always have much to be grateful for. Warmth, food, community, friends, nature, the knowledge of our interconnectedness. When times are challenging and we don’t feel strong, we are well served by counting our blessings and lightening our loads. Gratitude actually changes our neural pathways. Practicing gratitude naturally creates feelings of contentment and reinforces our sense of resilience.

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February Theme: Resilience
The practice of trusting one step at a time. The practice of moving from “Why did this happen?” and “This is not fair” to “What can I do now?” and “Look at what’s left.”