Solemnly, Reverently and Gratefully Acknowledge What You Have

 

Thanksgiving 2017

If you focus on what you don’t have or can’t have, chances are you’re going to send yourself into depression. It’s easy to do and it becomes a vicious circle. The more depressed you become, the more you tend to focus on what you don’t have or what is not perfect in your life. Your mind will take you to the deepest darkest places if you let it. So, don’t let it.

Ask yourself what it is that you are truly craving? Surely it is not the things you don’t or can’t have. Perhaps rather, your real desire could be the ability to have peace with your current circumstances – and that which you already have. Listen closely to your heart. I’ll bet that your heart is really seeking a peace that can never be taken away. When you acknowledge this realization, you can commit to allowing it to lead you on your new journey toward peace and abundant success. First, realize all that which you have to be grateful for. Solemnly, reverently and thankfully acknowledge what you have. Your riches are certain to be more beneficial than any currency.

Appreciate and be truly grateful for what you have. Keeping what you have your life from being overlooked, ignored or forgotten can only ensure the manifestation of even more abundance.

Every good and perfect gift is from above, coming down from the Father of the heavenly lights, who does not change like shifting shadows.

James 1:17New International Version (NIV)

 

 

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