All in Gratitude
These require continued practice, but they’re your recipe for a good life.
Home. What is home? For me it’s a place of sanctuary and solace. It’s the only space I get to call MINE, where I can be authentically ME. It’s the space that reflects who I am, what I believe, and is an echo of my values
Mindful Eating allows us to practice gratitude, instead of taking for granted, the food we have on our table. In the Buddhist practice of this tradition, the silence is followed by mindful conversations around the table.
Mom, you deserve to know that your sacrifices helped shape me into someone I am proud to be. You deserve to know I am alive today, not just because you brought me into the world, but because you have worked so hard to keep me here and present.
I realized that the moments where I felt most present, most connected and most joyful where those moments where I was expressing gratitude.