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My connection to our Heavenly Father through his Son, Christ Jesus, and the Spirit that proceeds from them. But I experience this fullness daily only as I consciously abide in that connection daily.
I feel that many of the questions are giving me the same answer. So the same answer is that I have become more able to be in the moment. There are more times in the day where that sense of presence arises. And that is where I experience fullness, whatever that “I’ is.
There is a fullness to each day, a sense of the contentment that I find in observing and participating in the flow of life. I am older, and I am aware that some of this contentment comes from the satisfaction and joy I took from raising a family and the love I share with them, my wife, and others. But, too, I find a sense of “fullness” in the accomplishment of others, in walks through the forest, in observing the way the light shines through the day. I am grateful for all.
Life itself, the rose-tinted painting of the clouds when I went home tonight, the little hedgehog suddenly showing up in our garden, curiously looking at me, the joy of perceiving the figs ripening now, meeting friends, all part of the great fullness!
My family, and new paths for more joyful relationships.
For me, the “great fullness” of life is the opportunity to learn more and more everyday. This world, with all its complexity, provides opportunities to grow in a little more wisdom and insight into the self and the interdependent web of existence everyday.
Having this precious human life is fullness !
The mystery, the unknowing, the paradoxical unfolding, the unexpected, its immediacy and its unrestricted availability.
My children and grandchildren always.
Many things, my quiet time in prayer & reflection, meditation, yoga, my daughter, my tiny family, Mother Nature, walking, Redwood trees, birds, flowers, reading, poetry, this site, gratefulness.org. ❤️
My friends and family.
Always thinking, imagining positive future events. Helps to keep me out of depressions.
Music, My cats, Loving and being loved, My garden, cooking and enjoying good food and as someone else mentioned, simply being present.
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