Explore the depths of this concept of the power of ‘Thank You’ simply by putting it into practice. There’s so much more you can experience by doing it than by just musing over it in your mind. Happy Thanksgiving!
Put the powerful act of gratitude to work in your life. Here are just a few tips on ways you can employ this underused resource.
Nowadays, many say that one must create their own purpose and identity in life. God tells us that He has already created purpose and identity for our lives. This is George Bernard Shaw’s testimonial on that topic.
Like the familiar phrase, “Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.”, this message conveys to us that we should be to others what we assert others should be to us.
More than a list of maxims, these canons show Jefferson’s high regard for perseverance, moderation, patience and respect for others. Cultivating these virtues, today, may be even harder than in his time, but they are still invaluable guides to the good life.
Take a good look around and contemplate what you see in Nature. Herein are some observations made by some bright minds giving us some striking parallels.
Have you ever speculated if there could be any benefit from a storm? We all face storms in life. Check out this presentation to find what benefit could be gained from a storm.
Have you ever stopped to realize that your way of thinking can determine your destiny? You can choose positive thoughts to determine your way.
There’s a famous phrase coined by Aristotle, “The More You Know, the More You Know You Don’t Know”. It is also a sentiment shared by Albert Einstein who put it this way: “The more I learn, the more I realize how much I don’t know.” This is very applicable when it comes to learning who God is.