Tomorrow, November 22nd, is the US holiday Thanksgiving. A time to celebrate abundance and sharing, but shouldn’t be limited to an American celebration of eating. Thanks-giving should occur every day of the year.
Give thanks for the big dinner you will eat tomorrow, even if you gain 10 pounds, because it represents the abundance of nourishment. Nourishment fuels your body so you can perform physical activities.
Give thanks for the people you are having dinner with, even it is just those on the television, because it represents the abundance of social connectivity. Social connections enrich your life by opening your heart to love.
Give thanks for the horrid family member who pushes your buttons at every opportunity, because without them you would not have the opportunity to develop personal boundaries and honor yourself. When you respect yourself, others will too.
Give thanks for the money you have earned, because it helps to provide you with food, shelter and material comforts. Self-sufficiency builds self-esteem.
Give thanks for your physical body, even if it is damaged or missing parts, because you are a miracle. The body is an amazing machine.
Give thanks for your children, even those not of your making, because you are capable of love and caring for another. Give them a hug.
Give thanks for your significant other, partner or spouse, because you are lovable. Give yourself a hug.
Give thanks for the planet, because you have an opportunity to experience a variety of climate, cultures and terrain. What a wondrous place it is!
Give thanks for your very existence, because being human allows you to not only experience abundance but create it. Focus on what you want, not on what you don’t want.
The more you give thanks for all the wonderful things in your life, and about your life, the more abundance you will experience.