28 Weeks of practicing Gratitude….
Week 23:The Magical Air that you breath
“It is quite possible to leave your home for a walk in the early morning air and return a different person – beguiled, enchanted.”Mary Ellen Chase
“The Magical air that you breathe is not an accident or a fluke of nature. When you think about the enormousness of what hat to take place in the Universe for us to have air, and you then take a breath, breathing air into your body becomes breathtaking in every sense of the word!
We take one breath after another and never give a thought to the fact that there is always air for us to breathe. Yet oxygen is one of the most plentiful elements in our body, and as we breathe, it feeds every cell in our body so that we can continue to live. The most precious gift of our life is air, because without it, none of us would last more than a few minutes.
When I first began to use gratitude’s magical power, I used it for a lot of personal things that I wanted. And it worked. But it was when I began to be grateful for the real gifts in life, that I experienced the ultimate power of gratitude. The more grateful I became for a sunset, a tree, the ocean, the dew on the grass, my life, and the people in it, every material thing I’ve ever dreamed of having poured down upon me. I now understand the reason why it happened that way. When we can feel truly grateful for the precious gifts of life and nature, like the magical air that we breathe, we have reached one of the deepest possible levels of gratitude. And whoever has that depth of gratitude will receive absolute abundance.
Today, stop and think about the glorious air that your breathe. Take five deliberate breaths, and feel the feeling of the air moving inside your body, and feel the joy of breathing it out. Take five full breaths in and out five different times today and after you have taken each set of five breaths, say the magic words, “Thank you for the magical air that I breath,” and be as genuinely grateful as you can for the precious, life-giving air that you breath!”Rhonda Byrne, The Magic
In todays times I am grateful for every breath of fresh air that I can inhale. Wearing a mask out in public and when going outside is very frustrating.
Yesterday morning I went to Sonstraaldam before sunrise, and it was such a wonderful experience. To see everything light up in stages. It was spectacular. While capturing the changes on camera I was very grateful for the beautiful Winters morning and the opportunity to capture it.
It was only me and nature. Breathing in the air the Universe gives us.
Thank you with all my heart for stopping by. Thank you for your continued support. I am truly grateful for every view, like, follow and comment.
Stay safe and grateful.
Have a Blessed day.
Week 22: Before your very eyes