Gratitude can be a wavering sensation of heart and mind. But the more it is used, the more it remains in the fore of our mind.
I find I am naturally transported into Gratitude when I am out walking with my dogs…or when I notice the sky when I am driving (eyes are almost always on the road! I promise!)
Gratitude brings us into a state of reciprocal benefit, it helps us to slow down and to make time for the unseen things in our life, which we may often see, but forget to honour or recognise.
Here is a platform for Gratitude…click on this link and you will be transported to the Gratitude posts. Exhale and smile, gratitude opens us to the joy of life, and to the experiences that are teaching us something new.