Gratitude is owned by everyone and no one. Gratitude is in cities, in the country, in houses of worship, in darkened allies, in caves, in homes and in tiny apartments. Gratitude grows the more you tap into it through acknowledgment, sharing and awareness. Gratitude is available to each of us at anytime.
Gratitude is a positive virus. Gratitudeenergy can be passed simply, effortlessly and freely from one person to another to another to another.
Gratitude is a choice. We choose whether we want to embrace its transformative energy. Gratitude has no opinion, it simply blesses those who are open. Choose Gratitude.
Gratitude changes lives and is the doorway to the manifestation of miracles. Through consciousness and acknowledgment, it allows more wonder, more glory, more celebration to flow.
Gratitude awakens the soul to an exponential increase in every area: spiritual, physical, relational, emotional. This awakening moves beyond the intellect, it moves beyond the usual and into the spaces we sometimes forget to treasure.
Gratitude is fuel for the creative fire and reminds artists of all sorts that anything is truly possible. Gratitude sings, it paints, it sculpts, it flies. It speaks through us to others and lays the foundation for a more empowered future.
Gratitude bridges areas of weakness because it is through acknowledging our weaknesses we are able to partner with others – including divine forces – and transmute what we previously saw as weaknesses into strengths. Perhaps these weaknesses are turned into strengths of an entirely different kind.
Gratitude always finds a way if and when we
are open to it. It flows like an river, following an ancient, pre-determined path. The moment we join that flow, magic begins to happen – perhaps in small, insignificant ways at first – and we quickly learn that there are no small, insignificant ways. They are all magnificent beyond measure.
Gratitude is visible on people’s faces – it brings an instant face lift, a needle free form of the wrinkle eliminating Botox. Gratitude replenishes and refreshes us when we are weary, it quenches our energetic thirst like a perfect spring of water.
Gratitude is in nature, it is in people. Gratitude gives us more courage, it grants wishes, it is supremely engaging and fulfilling. Gratitude purely and simply is.
2004 by Julie Jordan Scott