Reflections

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  1. sunnypatti48317

    I’m so grateful for this vessel that I get to live in. It’s mind-blowing what it does, and I am prompted daily to do my part to take care of it so that it can continue to function well.

    5 months ago
    1. csalt

      Taking care of it really demostrates your gratitude sunnypatti. Good wishes to you.

      5 months ago
  2. Holly in Ohio

    I can still see. What a miracle seeing is! What an amzaing thing it is to be able to read!

    I can hear. What a gift to hear the cacaphony of birdsong this morning! And music…. oh the wonders of music!

    I can taste. I’m a “foodie.” I love international tastes. I love that I can experience cultures this way. That I can experience the life of a peach grown on a tree!

    I can walk, and move, and even dance! (not well, but hey… ). I can sing, I can hug! I can touch… the soft nose of a horse, the face of a child, the bark of a tree, a cold stone….

    5 months ago
    1. Eeevvv

      Thank you, Holly, for reminding me that the most beautiful things are sometimes just the simplest that we take for granted

      5 months ago
    2. Carol

      Holly, Your words are poetry. Thank you.

      5 months ago
  3. Julian Daal Childers

    It’s ability to adapt and heal.

    5 months ago
  4. Chester

    Wonder-ful gratitude.

    5 months ago
  5. O.Christina

    Amazement and humility about the wonder of it all

    5 months ago
  6. Kevin

    My wonderous living body reminds me to take my medicine, do my PT stretches, charge my spinal cord implant, and go find a cup of coffee!

    5 months ago
    1. Carol

      Yes, Kevin…it is wise to listen to one’s body. It will never lie to us so why are we so prone to ignore it’s voice???

      5 months ago
      1. Kevin

        Oh yeah, sometimes the greater problem is, however, when my body is telling me NO and I go ahead and do something that I know I will pay a price for afterwards! OUCH! 🤪

        5 months ago
        1. Carol

          I hear you and I can relate…after 12 compression fractures in my back and a triple fusion in my neck, you’d think I would learn!

          5 months ago
  7. EJP

    Sincere gratitude for every heartbeat and every breath.

    5 months ago
  8. Michele

    Amazement and gratitude 🙂

    5 months ago
  9. Antoinette

    Humbleness arises in when I look deeply inside the body. I’m aware of body of the whole universe inside this body and that there is no separation between this body and the whole- which is everything. I’m also full of gratitude that all the parts of this body are in flow . This allows “ me” to let go of the self made human mind world which is false and see things from the truth- letting go is a blessing. Thank you for the question.

    5 months ago
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