What are you reading?
I discovered a book called ‘Living in Gratitude’, which I have found quite inspirational.
The reflections for each month suggest practices that can help us learn to more fully immerse in the positive and beautiful things in our lives.
An embodied way of being grateful, I think.
The part of us that wants to become is fearless’ -Joseph Campbell
In beginning a new year, I am drawn to thinking about what has touched me, deepened my curiosity, challenged me and brought forth new awareness. We might ponder these thought-provoking questions, posed by Angeles Arrien:
What epiphanies or new insights are motivating positive changes for you at this time?
What childlike curiosity and wonder are you bringing to your work, relationships, health?
With much appreciation to our caregivers who have shared their stories, smiles, hard moments, learning, and encouragement with us through the year.