On Thanksgiving Eve here in the states, as I sit down to write out my weekly thoughts for you, I’m overcome with gratitude. Kinda don’t know where to start. So, maybe just shooting out a list is in order. Here goes:
I’m so thankful for this computer. Couldn’t write these weekly expressions without it. This is my heart.
I’m so thankful for all the challenges of this past year. I can truly see them as gifts. This is my courage.
I’m so thankful that I have persevered on an artist’s path, which has fully lined-up with my soul’s purpose; to use my creativity to be of service and to make a positive contribution to consciousness. This is my passion.
I’m so thankful for the opportunity, through our radio shows and other projects, to meet inspired people doing inspiring things in the world. This is my humility.
I’m so thankful for your support, belief, kindness and part in the growth and expansion of my life. This is my love.
Blessings of peace your way as we vault into the holiday season,
P.S. I think these 2 personify peace in this photo. Blissing out in the leaf pile the other day – Happy Thanksgiving wishes from my furry kids, Ryker & Alice!
Coming up this Sunday, December 1st on BEING DELIBERATELY radio –
Identical twin brothers and successful business partners, Jim and Dave Shuelke join me for an uplifting time on the airwaves. Wait’ll you hear what these feel-good plumbers did for a family in need and how that drew us to want to share their beautiful story.
Join us LIVE on Sunday, December 1st from 7-8PM (PST). Here’s the link:
And our thanks once again to Michael Pritchard –
Such an honor to have Michael back as a guest on last Sunday’s show. He IS gratitude and just doing some incredible work – one school, one kid at a time – with his anti-bullying message. If you couldn’t join us live, here’s the re-post of the show. Think of it as virtual stocking stuffer to share with everyone you care about. Yes, we really can make a positively impactful difference on this deeply felt topic.
Here’s what I’m talkin’ about in our feel-good video of the week.
These Sixth Graders Show Wisdom and Kindness Way Beyond Their Years