Today is a beautiful day to be grateful for all that we have now. How do you express your gratitude for all that you have right now?
I “say grace”. For me, “saying grace” is a metaphor for a personal expression of gratitude. Because I have practiced it over the years, it gets easier and easier to live saying grace every day.
Many people say grace before meals as a personal way to express gratitude for the food they are about to eat. I loved that concept so much that recently I made “saying grace” an integral part of my day’s journey.
I “say grace” each morning before breakfast, but I also say it after breakfast and before my shower. I say grace when I stretch, bend, twist and move my body but I also say it when I read, write, play, laugh and cry. I say grace when I arrive at work, when I arrive at home, when I call a friend or walk my dogs. I say grace when I see my wife smile, hear her voice or watch her dance. I always say grace before I go to sleep.
For me, “saying grace” is a metaphor for a personal expression of gratitude. Because I have practiced it over the years, it gets easier and easier to live “saying grace” every day.
Make “saying grace” a habit in your life and you will be better able to embrace all the wonderful things you already have right now.
Enjoy a day filled with gratitude.
“It only takes a minute.”