So Much Gratitude In Something So Little
True gratitude comes when appreciating others. I discovered these Micro Sculptures that were created by Dalton Ghetti! Yes, they are micro! They are created out of pencil points! These are truly amazing and beautiful!
See the complete posting here: http://www.inewidea.com/2010/08/11/32841.html
People often appreciate the talents of others. Have you considered the talents that you possess? I am sure that you can be grateful for something that you do uniquely well. When you have some time today, think about that which you can do very well. Share your talents and skills with someone else.
How much can you give away of yourself? How much can you freely share with others? Don’t hold back. Give. Give. Give. It is better to give than receive. I can ensure that as you give more of your talents away, you will be presented with more. More money. More gratitude. More opportunity. More freedom. More tangible items as well as more intangible items.
Gain more gratitude by giving away more of yourself.
The Gratitude Guru
Thank you for your message today. I felt as if my cup was going to be empty today, now my cup runneth over with gratitude!
Nice….I saw these before but thanks for the reminder.
I really enjoy your blog, actually I am a subscriber to your daily newsletter. Love this image!
Expressing gratitude each day is very important in my world — I wish more people would see the importance.
I am also in the Ultimate Blog Challenge — Good luck!
Hey Paul- I’m always telling people to teach someone else what know, or whatever skill you possess. I am going to link to you today!
great reminder. It’s so easy once you get the concept. If you want to receive, you must give first. Giving provides so much more than one realizes. Thanks. Great pencil artwork.
Paul, I’m so glad I came across your blog via UBC. I’m a rather new ‘convert’ to the power of gratitude and loving it! Thanks for your reminders .
Gratitude seems to be the word of the day in postings! Great sculpture and very encouraging post. Sometimes it is hard to see what we have to offer others, but even if it is only our love, that goes a long long way to build them up. Thanks!
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Loved the thought – also the image – amazing!
Neat. Did u see the artist (maybe it is the same person ) who makes sculptures just the way these pencils are letters? Completely unreal!
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