Reflections

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  1. Malag

    Give them a big hug.

    12 months ago
  2. Cathie

    Hopefully, inviting neighbors to our home for dinner brings them joy…it brought me joy!!!

    12 months ago
  3. Mica

    Joy is a bit much, but I brought enjoyment to 5 of us today with a zoom meeting for a group that used to meet in person. We’ve started meeting again for the last 2 months and have scheduled a zoom for next month.

    12 months ago
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    dcdeb

    Try to give in a little and open myself to a few changes.

    12 months ago
  5. Don Jones

    Start from a joyful place.

    12 months ago
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    Lauryn

    Cook them dinner. Give them encouragement. Clean the house.

    12 months ago
  7. Emmaleah

    Be nicer to my mom. 💛

    12 months ago
  8. pkr

    I am going to bring Joy to my daughter today as she is “under the weather”. I have texted her a “camping” get well GIF, it made her smile. I will continue to check in with her & assure her this “condition” will too pass & she will be feeling better soon.
    Happy Saturday All. Pray for our friends in the South, Midwest who are suffering from horrible storms, please. 🙏❤️🙏

    12 months ago
  9. JayJacks

    I’m going to smile to others while I’m out running errands. I’m going to offer to be of service to my wife, how can I help her today and make her day better? I’m going to extend my gratitude to all of you, thank you for sharing your words, for being here with me, and for just being. You’re all wonderful and I want to remind both myself and you reading this that you’re worth it, you deserve love, and are loved.

    Thanks for letting me share and for bringing me joy in what each of you wrote.

    12 months ago
  10. Nelson

    I’m starting my Christmas shopping today. Some people will be getting their presents early. I can’t wait to give it to them. 🙂

    12 months ago
  11. Javier Visionquest

    Oh, the light and love! As much as I’d like to turn my focus to gratitude first order of each day, I’ve already had an argument with my tween son stemming from his fixation with online gaming and his inability to regulate his emotions. I spoke yesterday with a (former) colleague, in their twenties, who confirmed for me that video game dependency is real. It would bring my son joy for me to return the offending console like a clean needle would bring joy to the heroin addict.

    12 months ago
  12. Marnie Jackson

    I can bring joy to my daughter by participating in her many holiday ideas. I am grateful for her initiative – and it is just time for me to enjoy her.

    12 months ago
  13. Mary Pat

    I have read the responses so far, and they are wonderful! I even picked up a few ideas….
    I am sending my husband an ecard, and letting him know how much he means to me. Also am taking time to slow down as I go about my day. Love this question!

    12 months ago
  14. Ed Schulte

    Invite them to a wholesome brunch feast, tour the huge Christmas farmer’s market , then the Indigenous / First Nations / Art – Craft and Gift show ( watching for what they like or are interested in ..so later can buy as presents ) …and in the evening , after dinner, take them for a drive ( several times ) along the 1 kilometre long ‘Candy-cane Lane’ neighbourhood outdoor Christmas light show.

    12 months ago
  15. sunnypatti48317

    Be kind to everyone I interact with. Help a customer find what they’re looking for when I’m at work. Tell my husband how awesome I think he is and how his hard work doesn’t go unnoticed. Share the light.

    12 months ago
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