Good Morning, Everyone! Today is Day 4 of the Gratitude Challenge! Check out today’s Gratitude Challenge video HERE.
Sometimes when we try to make a change in our lives, it is not as simple as snapping our fingers and then instantly everything will be better. At times we have to dig a little deeper to find any underlying roadblocks that are holding us back. And that is what today’s message is about. So take a moment to think about anything in your own life that might be holding you back.
Please share in the comments if anything in today’s reading or video hit home with you!
(In case you are just joining the Gratitude Challenge, here’s the scoop: If you want to join the Gratitude Challenge, then I invite you to grab a copy of my book Every Day is a Gift on Amazon. Throughout the month of November read the chapter for that day, and then touch base with me here and on social media for a corresponding video and meme. Here are links to follow me throughout the challenge: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Google Plus)
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its so easy to hear someone say , let it go , don’t carry it , let it go ,etc. I do agree to let it go would be so wonderful . but this time , it wasn’t done to me , it was done to my mother & and father. if you knew my mother and father you would have loved them ! They were peaceful, loving, caring, honest ,
very kind , and very fair , to everyone , always helpful , to everyone & anyone . if they could help someone they would and did . everyone liked them . many , many times i was told how lucky i was .to have such wonderful parents . and i felt the same way even as a kid , and that is usually unheard of .
I didn’t know anyone that was happy with their parents while growing up ..
this is really a tuff one !! I can forgive ,to a point but you really need cooperation , from all sides ,
“but” I will work on it . Thank you ! and I love both your books . They bring happiness in my life ,
they give me something to look forward to everyday .
Thank you for sharing your heart, Sandy. Yes, it is difficult to see our loved ones wronged, more so than if it was done to us. I agree with that. But holding onto these feelings is only eating away at us, not the person that did the wrong. I pray you are able to move forward. And thank you for the comment on the books. I am so happy you are enjoying them. Hugs!
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