A Grateful Heart…

Living a life of gratitude is a healthy lifestyle.

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I am grateful that I came across Collin’s Gratitude Challenge, read it and decided to participate.

I am most grateful to God Almighty for the gift of life, for the abundant grace and many blessings He bestowed on me.

I am also extending this gratitude and appreciation to my dearest friends and those of you, who have shared the moments of laughter and pains with me.

I am grateful that I am blessed with a sense of humour. This has enabled me to affect those around me positively. It helps painful times to become bearable and laugh-worthy.

I am extremely grateful for the country I live in where health care is free. This morning, I dashed off to the doctor because I had severe cold since Monday. I am fortunate that I could do that without thinking of cost.

I am grateful that I am learning new skills in WordPress Blogging University. I am flourishing in my writing and getting better at it.

I am grateful that my mind is becoming more and more creative.  There is a curiosity in me that I never saw before.  Just imagine me, clicking away the other day at the walking street and even on the road. All because I might have need to use these photos in my blog posts. Suddenly, there is a new interest to ascribe deeper meanings to the things I come across.

To the wonderful people I have met in the blogosphere who motivate, support, and encourage me in my passion.

To every one of you that has crossed my path in WordPress, my readers, my followers and those who connect with my blog. Destiny brought us together!

And to everyone who have crossed my part and played a role in the new ideologies I have embraced today.

I am most grateful.

Thank you.

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28 thoughts on “A Grateful Heart…

  1. We have so many things to be grateful for, don’t we? As I read through your list, I noted many similar things to mine – especially the note on the welcoming blogosphere of WordPress. Something that I have been grateful for every month that I blogged.

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    • Yes, there are so many things to be grateful for, indeed! I was glad I visited your blog ‘cos your post gave me the platform to voice out my feelings. Reading other blogs is a way to get inspiration. Thanks you! 🙂

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  2. I enjoy your writing very much. Following is time well spent. I see you have been to by place today and left some likes. Thank you. I really enjoyed you About. Glad to be a follower and thanks for following me also.

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  3. I have not shared in your journey -but I am with you now, so let’s make the most of our time together and be friends. My name is Dee. I have Lupus, plus other auto immune diseases. I am fortunate that my body is working well (for the most part) for many years now. I don’t know how long I will continue down this path, but like you -I am grateful to God for showing me how beautiful life can be. (although, I wish I had free health care)
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    • It’s nice to meet you, Dee! And thanks a ton for your visit and kind comments. I enjoyed the peek at your blog earlier and will return to read more posts. Yes to friendship! So welcome a new blogger friend, me! 🙂 I do agree that life is beautiful despite its odds and being thankful even for little mercies ushers in a harvest of blessings. Warm regards! 🙂

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    • I am happy our paths crossed. You’ve been an inspiration through your blog. And I must confess I love your optimism. I sincerely appreciate your regular visits and comments. Thank you from the bottom of my heart. 🙂

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    • Awww… such kinds words from a sweet soul. Thanks so much for the read and warm comment. I will keep writing and even get better at it. Yes! Blogging U has been a wonderful resource on this journey. Enjoy your day Dearie. 🙂

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