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What's growing?

Thursday, June 28, 2007


What we feel thankful for grows.
What's growing in your life that you can say thank you to?

8 comments:

shirley said...

My "boarding business" has been growing here recently... and I am really thankful for that.

Mold has been growing on the dishes in my sink... and I'm thankful for that because... um... it's due to me being really busy and not due to me being depressed and paralized for the first time in I don't know how long.

Um... My hair is growing and I'm extremely grateful for that.

What else... ... Oh! My stash of stuff for Michelle's garage sale is growing... almost like it's reproducing itself just by sitting around. So I'm thankful for that because it will mean extra money for me.

My ability to smile is growing as I practice the half smile before getting out of bed each morning.

Two Feathers said...

I am thankful for the active participation in this month's project... and also over at the Question of the Day...

I feel really encouraged and deeply grateful to you guys!

Anonymous said...

whats growing my life-
my relationship with my tribe as they learn to trust me and I learn to trust them. I am looking forward to getting invited to their hogans to participate in their many spiritual ceremonies..
I sense a seed of the "Albino Navaho" growing in me.

Anonymous said...

I'm greatful for the daily OM which seems to often pertain to exactly what we are talking about here:

"Any initial discomfort we experience when expanding our comfort zones diminishes gradually as we both become accustomed to change and begin to understand that temporary discomfort is a small price to pay for the evolution of our soul. "
cool!

Daniel B. said...

I am thankful for the growing awareness of God in my life.

I am thankful for the growing awareness of the endless possiblities opening up as I sit back and watch things unfold

Anonymous said...

"I am thankful for the growing awareness of God in my life."

whatever this energy is I am aware of some kind of energy as I come to terms with my own mortality...I am thankful for a chance for our "soul" to hopefully evolve in this mortal shell we are in..
we have so many paths to take in front of us..
I see many different roads as I travel west across the gorgeously beautiful desert country ..
I can see how many possibilities could happen in my personal growth..

driving long distances gives me a chance to have a perspective on all the different beauty on this small earth of life!
It also helps me develop a new healthier perspective of our short time on this journey.

it is really exemplified by google earth, name a place and google flies you there instantly!

Cindy H said...

I am thankful for my growing understanding of the world and its mysteries, and my role here. I am also thankful that my beautiful granddaughter is healthy and growing into a beautiful young girl, and my daughter is growing into a beautiful young woman who is working on her life's calling.

Melissa J. said...

I am thankful that we are getting a handle on our finances, and every day I open my consciousness up a little bit more to accept and receive the prosperity that meets my needs. I am thankful that I have vacation time next week, so I can rest and relax and meditate and take care of myself, which I haven't been doing very well, and so that I can write...and move closer toward my goal of having a completed screenplay for sale. And I am super thankful for my fantastic writing partner who never uses guilt to motivate me, but simply sets the example by working so hard herself, which gets me up off my butt to match her pace.

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